Anne Shaffer Assistant Features Editor Bats, spiders, ghouls, and monsters. Around Oct. 31, these creatures and so many more appear as decorations on porches and in shop windows as the country gears up for a . . .
Felicia Chalfant Staff Writer With the onset of the Halloween season, many students will be going to the local haunted attraction. Year after year at these “haunted” establishments there has been a haunted house that . . .
Zach Staab Nat. & World News Editor Freshly carved jack-olanterns, sickeningly sweet candy corn, smooth and delicious apple cider, and never-ending corn mazes are abundant this time of year. Grocery stores are stocking up on . . .
Halloween is an excuse to dress up in ridiculous costumes and eat a years’ worth of candy in one night. It is a time to celebrate the unknown and gather in large groups to perpetuate traditions that have been evolving for hundreds of years. . . .
It is the time of year when ghouls and goblins haunt the streets. A mix of interesting characters is usually seen on Halloween night. This season will bring classic costumes back from the grave. . . .