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Students Don’t Universally Celebrate Halloween Traditions

Students Don't Universally Celebrate Halloween Traditions

Catherine Barry, Sports Editor

October 14, 2019

Many students believe Halloween to be a holiday that you celebrate when you are younger by going out with your friends, getting dressed up in a costume, and going trick or treating.  Yet as people get older, these notions change. Nate Heithoff ‘22 believes high schoolers going trick or treating wi...

The spooky season

Kate Jolly, Roshnee Tarafder, Eesha Nagwani, and Mehek Bapna, Contributing Writers

November 2, 2015

The clock strikes midnight on September 30 and the date changes to October 1. A whole new month of scary costumes, haunted houses and, of course, candy is about to begin. The celebration of Halloween is generally associated with young children, and, as a result, it’s not common to see high schooler...

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