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WaM Haunted Halls: A Guest Post by Andrew Fisher

Posted by on Thursday, December 15, 2016 in News.

On October 29th, Warren College Council (WCC) and Moore College Council (MCC) jointly hosted Haunted Halls, a Halloween-themed event in and around the Kissam Center. An annual happening, Haunted Halls is a program designed to offer students an opportunity to interact with other community members through activities associated with the fall season.

This year’s version of Haunted Halls featured a pumpkin carving station, a fire pit with s’mores, a photo booth, a live-stream of Halloween-themed shows, and an assortment of food and drink options, such as caramel and candied apples, hot spiced cider, and a mashed potato bar. Students greatly enjoyed the food, particularly the mashed potato bar. Many began lining up in the Kissam Center before the event began. Other students took pleasure in making s’mores, carving pumpkins, or catching up with friends.

Overall, approximately 225 students attended Haunted Halls, and the event was widely considered a success. Both WCC and MCC look forward to hosting another large-scale event next semester along with future Haunted Halls.

Andrew Fisher is the Programming Chair of the Warren College Council.

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