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What’s your costume?

Students dressed up to celebrate Halloween
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By | Iridian Casarez

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Bailey Tennery

Journalism, 3rd year

Velma

“I chose to be Velma from Scooby Doo, I have always loved her,” Tennery said. “She was the smartest one.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMG_4407John Yu

Zoology junior

Monkey

“All weekend, I was at Halloween parties as a monkey with a bundle of bananas and people kept asking me for them, so I decided to get bananas and started giving them away,” Yu said. “I’m the Monkey King.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Alycia Padilla

Wildlife senior

Steampunk Keyblade Master

“I’m a steampunk Keyblade Master from the video game Kingdom Hearts,” Padilla said. “I’ve always liked steampunk style and Kingdom Hearts has different Keyblade Masters so I came up with my own.”

 

 

 

 

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Madeline Lueck

Botany

Scarecrow

“My partner went as a crow, so I decided to be a scarecrow,” Leuck said. “It took days to put it together but I thought it’d be fun.”

 

 

IMG_4416Ryan Maberry

Forestry 2nd year

Elf on the Shelf

“I’ve been told I look like an elf so I dressed up as the Ellf on the Shelf,” Maberry said. “It took me about two hours to put together.”

 

 

 

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Zachary Warren

Sophomore Econ major

Ash Ketchum

“I normally do really bad costumes, I will have an idea and then try to do it myself and it doesn’t work out, so I wanted to be something really cool this year,” Warren said. “Ash is a recognizable character. A lot of people grew up with Pokémon so I thought it’d be really cool.”

 

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