By Maggie Collett
Staff reporter 

From crunchy leaves to candy corn to crisp mornings, the elements of fall are starting to appear. Along with these autumn basics comes Halloween. The holiday falls on a Sunday night, but there are activities all weekend.

 On Oct. 28, International Club will be trick-or-treating in the dorms. Students will hang up a sign on their door if trick-or-treaters are welcome. “We’ll have treats in the Campus Life office,” said Lai-L Clemons, director of campus life.

 Jessica Schaal, philosophy and religious studies junior, chairs the social committee. She planned the annual service learning organization Halloween party.  
 “It’s a time for Leadership, Discipleship, and Green Team to get together in fellowship,” said Schaal.

 A costume contest will be one activity at the party. Prizes will be awarded for scariest, most creative, and best couple/group. A pumpkin carving contest will take place and there will be a gypsy tent where Tarot Cards will be read. “We’ve been doing it for years,” said Schaal.

 Sarah Hallinan, director of residence life, said, “Broadhurst is doing a Halloween decorating competition.” Participants can decorate doors and enter to win the contest.
 In the cafeteria sits a giant stuffed pumpkin. Students may enter the drawing to win it.

 Maggie Collett is a freshman majoring in communication. You may e-mail her at