Halloween is the favorite holiday for many people. The holiday is branded by its decorations, costumes for people of all ages, and fun events. How are the students of Frostburg State celebrating the holiday?
Lance Fullwood, a Law and Society major who is from Little Orleans, Maryland has plans to go to downtown Baltimore, Maryland to go out with some of his friends. When Lance talked about his costume he said, "well I'm matching someone. They're going as a Dalmatian and I'm going to be a firefighter."
Other students, like Grace Daigle, a Spanish major concentrating in secondary education from Woodbine, Maryland is staying on campus. She is dressing up as Donatello, the Ninja Turtle. Her plans are "trick-or-treating or passing out candy to my hall mates."
Some students don't have the time to enjoy themselves on the holiday. Katelynne Eggleston, a Law and Society major from Oakland, Maryland has to work. She works at McDonald's, where employees aren't even allowed to wear costumes.
Whether they have plans made or not, most students will be having a good time with their friends over the weekend, as they celebrate Halloween.