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Culture is not a Costume

Halloween: the most anticipated time of the year (next to summer break and Christmas morning, that is). It’s the day where you can pretend to be someone else for a few hours, and whether you’re a child out saving trick-or-treaters as Superman or an adult cosplaying as your favorite game

The Halloween Tradition

As you get older, some holidays don’t seem as exciting or special as they used to. Those class Valentine’s Day candies, the Christmas secret Santa’s and the Halloween costume frenzy almost fade out of the ecstatic view that you once held for them. However, for several young adults, Halloween is still

Halloween History

A lot of people have a lot of misconceptions about Halloween: they think it’s the Devil’s birthday, or a Holiday created by the candy companies, but how many people know it’s a celebration dating back to before Christianity? Halloween started as a Celtic celebration called Samhain. The Celts used to celebrate

Halloween Haunt

It’s safe to say that October can be one of the best months of the year. Fall is finally here, the smell of pumpkin spice is in the air, and Halloween is fastly approaching. For the amusement park “Worlds of Fun”, it’s time to breakout the dry ice, and evil

Fall Activites

Autumn is finally here, and even though we are just about two weeks into it, people are already planning how they’re going to spend it. People love fall for lots of different reasons. Whether it be the leaves falling, the weather changing or seeing on pumpkin on every doorstep, everyone has

Fright Night

Terrified screams come from the dark woods, hooded figures stalk through the night, and a line of South students wait anxiously at the top of the path. One by one groups of friends make the cautious walk through the forest and hold on to each other as all sorts of

Fall Festivities

As the days move forward, South students get more into the fall spirit. From pumpkin patches to scary movies to hayrides, people have many different opinions on all of the activities.