By Charlese Freeman
Eric Firesteon (left) and Fernando Alcantar (right) went all out for the party.
Photo Credit / Kathleen Kraemer
ESU students have no problem getting into the Halloween spirit.
On Thursday, Oct. 27, a small group of students threw a Halloween Party in the Commuters’ Lounge in the downstairs of the University Center.
The party was organized by the Commuter Council headed by Fernando Alcantar, Student Activity Association’s Director of Student Engagement.
Students came out with their best costumes.
The rivalry was competitive. There where vampires, wolverines and the most popular costumes this year, the Harley Quins and Jokers.
You can’t have a party without snacks.
A large variety of chips such as sour cream, plain, salt and vinegar, the typical Lays party bag, cold drinks, Halloween-themed cookies and the mostimportant Halloween snack—candy were all provided for guests.
Of course the party room was filled with loud music.
The typical songs that teenagers and college students listen to was played, but what surprised many was that the students decided to spice it up a bit with some fun line dance music.
Aside from all the typical amusements that you find at a party, the students decided to include face painting as another activity.
I personally decided to participate in the face painting activity.
“Harley Quin” painted my face as a cat. After I was done, I decided to also participate in the line to dance—the Wobble.
For someone who usually has no Halloween spirit, the Halloween party was well-organized and time well spent.
Overall, this was a wonderful way to spend a cold day during the Halloween season.
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