Bearcats get their spook on during a week of Halloween events


Noah Fleischman | The TickerThe week of Oct. 28 gave Baruch College students a series of Halloween-themed events to enjoy, which included Fright Night, Halo-Haloween, Halloween Bash and a Halloween-themed game show.

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Baruch College Bearcats were able to enjoy a week of fun and relaxation after midterms with numerous Halloween-themed festivities, presented by clubs such as Baruch’s Gender Love And Sexuality Spectrum, Filipinos Uniting Students In Other Nations, the E-Sports Association and the Baruch Undergraduate Student Government.

Events included game nights, art contests, bake sales, performances from Baruch students and lots of food. The last week of October also concluded both Filipino American History Month and LGBTQ+ History Month, with G.L.A.S.S. holding its annual “Fright Night” event and F.U.S.I.O.N. holding “Halo-Haloween” as part of the week’s celebrations.

Web Editor’s Note: See articles, “Fright Night”, “Halo-Haloween”, “E-Sports”, and “UNICEF Halloween Bash” for more details on respective events.