The Student Government Association (SGA) and the Dungeons and Dragons Club decided to celebrate Halloween with a new zombie walk. “It is a fun and new way to celebrate Halloween and get students involved,” said Maytee Vinces.
Aaron Doyka said, “It is also to get people to see parts of campus that they wouldn’t normally see.” This event was not exclusive to students alone. Associate Professor of French and English, Kay Grossberg donned zombie threads and said, “I love Halloween!”
On the other side of campus, the College Republicans hosted a Halloween party. Amy Mitchell, President of the College Republicans said the reason for the event is to get clubs involved, and get more students excited about the clubs. Former WVCP D.J. Justin Fernandes said, “I’m helping Amy out working as a D.J.”
Students seemed to be having fun. “It’s very well decorated. A lot of tape and patience went into this,” said Jarod Moore. “It’s cool!” said Michelle Wynne.
Terry Bubb, Director of the Advising Center, said “I’m officially a freak. The theme for the advising center is ‘Freaks and Geeks.’”
Halloween isn’t just for children anymore. There are a lot of ways for adults to plug in and get involved even on a college campus between classes. Have a safe and happy Halloween!