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With Halloween just around the corner, the Residence Hall Association is working hard and trying to make sure that the students of Pacific University have a fun, but safe, Halloween weekend.

Traditionally, students use the Halloween weekend as an opportunity to relieve some of the stress that has built up over the semester from homework and studying. For many students, Halloween falls directly after the completion of the first set of midterms, making that weekend the perfect time to relax.

In order to provide students with a safe way to eliminate some of their stress, RHA has teamed up with the Activities and Cultural Events (ACE) Board to put on a Halloween themed dinner on Oct. 31, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. All students are invited to come and participate in the feast.

RHA say that the dinner will feature a photo booth where students can take pictures with their friends. The dinner will also be costume themed; people can dress up and show off their Halloween costumes.

At the end of the dinner there will be a costume contest, prizes will be awarded to the students with the coolest costumes.

“I think this is a great idea,” junior Chandler Pascual said. “I am looking forward to seeing all of the different costumes people will come up with.”

RHA has also been working in order to get a food drive up and running, asking students to donate cans of food by placing them in the boxes left around campus.

In addition to the costume dinner, each residence hall will be celebrating Halloween during the days leading up to Oct.31 in their own unique and fun ways.

Ask your Resident Assistant and keep an eye out for posters and signs to find out what sort events are happening in your residence hall.


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