With Halloween just around the corner, Cabrini will be kicking off it’s annual “Freak Week” in hopes to put students in the Halloween spirit. This week and a half- long event offers students, as well as families and people in the area, the opportunity to participate in the many events that are happening on and off campus. Whatever you’re in to, “ Freak Week” has got the tricks and the treats for everyone!
Thursday the 25th is Halloween Havoc which is scheduled to be held at Dixon. This is described as a pep rally type of event, as students will get a chance to wish fall sports teams luck in the upcoming CSAC tournaments as well as get a look at winter sports.
Friday is the Haunted Mansion tour which is scheduled to take place from 8 p.m. to midnight. This event is open to students as well their families and people in the area, who will get the opportunity to see the Mansion like they’ve never seen it before. A one dollar donation or a canned good will be required for admission.
You can support a good cause on Saturday from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the “Boo-B Dance.” Proceeds from the event will benefit breast cancer awareness and the event is a fun way for the campus to come together in costume to celebrate Halloween.
Sunday, one could expect a big turnout for Terror Behind the Walls. There is no need to figure out transportation, as vans will be provided and leave at 7 p.m for Eastern State Penitentiary.
Things wrap up on the 30th with CAPture the Clue Mystery Dinner at the Mansion at 6 p.m. Students will be provided with a catered dinner and a chance to be a part of the mystery. The cost for registration is a mere five dollars and sign-ups for the dinner are in the SEaL office.
Freak Week may only last a week and a half, but as years past show, it proves to be an excellent way to get students pumped for Halloween.