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Gender and Sexuality Alliance hosts Halloween party

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Emma Broda
From left to right: Mia Decker, junior history major secondary education major, and Kamea Paresa, sophomore math major.

Although Halloween for college students is not as filled with costumes and candy as Halloween for children, many students still find ways to be festive. The Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Halloween Party was just one of the Halloween celebrations held recently on campus.

The party had an array of snacks and a Halloween movie on for everyone to watch. Students wore costumes of their favorite characters, or Halloween figures for the club’s costume contest.

Ozzie Priebe, a rst year history, political science and sociology major, said he was dressed as Shinzo Abe, former Japanese prime minister, and that he was planning on “eating lots of candy” later that evening.

From left to right: Alyssa Brown, first year psychology major and Abigail Malin, first year psychology major.

Another student Alyssa Brown, a first year psychology major, shared that she was dressed as a wizard and that she would be “spending time with friends” to celebrate Halloween.

One of Brown’s friends, Astrid Overby, a first year pharmacy major, shared that she would be watching horror movies, but also doing homework.

Finally, the club’s vice president, Brian Guzman, a senior business major, said he planned to spend time with friends. His costime: Where’s Waldo.

Other fun costumes included Aaron Haber, asophomore digital design and media art major, dressed as Denji from “Chainsaw Man”; Jackie St. Claire, a senior digital design and media art major, dressed as an archangel; Kaitlyn Schuyler, a sophomore psychology major, was dressed as a devil; Logan Dickson, sophomore environmental biology major, was Choso from “Jujutsu Kaisen”; and Liz Keller, a first year political science major, was Fiona from “Adventure Time.”

From left to right: Logan Dickson, sophomore environmental biology major, Aaron Haber, sophomore ddma major, Kaitlyn Schuyler, sophomore psychology major and Jackie St. Claire, senior digital design and media art major. (Emma Broda)