What to expect at SHU during the holiday

SHU students visit Kennywood to experience the terrors of the season. Photo courtesy of H.Hartman.

SHU students visit Kennywood to experience the terrors of the season. Photo courtesy of H.Hartman.

Looking to do something fun this Halloween? Looking for something to make your pulse quicken and stop you in your tracks? SHU might be able to help. School spirit seems to grow stronger during the holidays and Halloween is no exception. Here are a few ways to relieve some stress, enjoy yourself and bring the scary back into your life.

Tuesday Oct. 25, there will be Paint-A-Pumpkin in Cecilian Hall from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Get artsy and have a great, messy time!

Wednesday Oct. 26 will be a Halloween movie night located in Reeve’s Theatre. The movie starts at 9 p.m. Be prepared for a fright and thrill your senses.

Thursday Oct. 27 is the Shocktoberfest Dance and Carnival. Have fun and come to the carnival at 8-10 p.m. and then dress up and dance the night away from 9-11 p.m. Clubs are strongly encouraged and welcome to participate in the event.

Thursday Oct. 27, the English club is having a Scary Story Bonfire from 7-9 p.m. on McKenna Lawn. Guest authors, spooky stories, refreshments; get ready for a scare!

Friday Oct. 28, there is a trip to Kennywood for its Fright Night event. Will you make it through the tunnel to enjoy the night? We want to know!

The Setonian welcomes pictures and reactions to all of these events! To send, just email setonian@gmail.com.

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