Trick or Treat

By Carol Dwyer
October 6, 2010

Halloween: a holiday translated by many as a time to play dress up, a time to embrace spooky spirits and a time to raid your neighborhood of all its candy and special treats. Cabrini students reveal their favorite or not- so- favorite part of the celebration and

superstition of this favorite holiday.

“The Eastern State Penitentiary event that the CAP Board has.  We’re definitely going to that,” Courtney Abel, junior chemistry and secondary education major, said.

“Dressing up, costumes.  I do something different every year,” Maya Hutson, sophomore biology major, said

“Handing out candy to the kids and dressing up,” Lindsay Anderson, junior exercise science and health promotions major, said.

“I go on a haunted tour all the time.  It’s called the Haunted Mill, in Jersey,” Tom McGowan, sophomore information systems major, said

“Trick-or-treating, that’s always fun,” Kaitlyn Wilson, senior biological science major, said

“My favorite thing for Halloween is bobbing for apples and it was trick-or-treating, until I was 18 and I got in trouble and now I take my cousin with me,” Morgan Hudson, sophomore business major, said

“Carving pumpkins with the normal face on it and lighting it up,” Theresa Agro, sophomore education major, said

“Haunted houses with the real people,” Alex Trawlie, sophomore biology major,  said.  

“I don’t really dress up because I’m not into Halloween much,” King Saah, junior graphic design major, said

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