Activities Deliver Family Fun ... and Grown-Up Goosebumps
– Photos by Tia G. La and Grace F. Clark, student photographers;
and Amy S. Lingg, Dining Services marketing assistant
A trick-or-treat tradition that never disappoints is the costume of Patti E. Durrwachter, assistant cook at Dauphin Hall, this year dressed as Disney's Maleficent.
Eyeball cake pops were among the "eerie entrees, scary sides and hauntingly delicious desserts" promised by Dining Services.
Bologna and cheese ... of the not-quite-boneless variety
Even the fruit puts its Halloween face forward!
"Why so serious?" asks dining services worker Alex L. Winder, embodying The Joker in Capitol Eatery.
Donning Philadelphia Flyers finery for a Halloween party is Kristen E. Bowes, a web and interactive media major from Wayne.
... having a less messy evening than Blake R. Tyson, of Forest City, enrolled in the information technology: network specialist concentration (and on the receiving end of the frothy fun).
Phi Mu Delta's Jordan D. Suter (left) and Jeffrey L. Bennett Jr. staff the pie-throwing attraction ...
Ian E. Gardepe, an engineering design technology student from Hawley, somehow found time to "grow" an impressive amount of facial hair for the evening's festivities.
In the midway atmosphere of Rose Street Commons, a student tosses toward his target.
By the hair on his chinny-chin-chin, a lad gamely takes Mom's hand.
Pluckin' a pumpkin-pleasin' treat
The Village provides a safe and secure environment for family fun.
All smiles (and all dressed-up)!
The iconic mask of Guy Fawkes from "V for Vendetta" makes an appearance on campus.
Who could say "No" to a face like this!
The eyes clearly have it.
Buddies in heroic garb
Despite the "caution" tape, there's nothing to fear here!
With Flounder in one hand, a costumed cutie makes a Halloween haul with the other.
Jovial "Jaws" lowers the fear quotient.
A resident student reaches out to deliver a sweet treat.
The Penn College mascot elicits smiles ...
... and offers a ready paw to a costumed passerby.
What's a family event without the family! Jason K. Eisensehr, dining services manager, gathers his crew for trick-or-treating at The Village.
Style to spare, with an assist from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
... delivering uneasy chuckles and undeniable chills.
A reassuring smile takes some of the edge off a tool-toting menace.
"Harley Quinn" engages visitors to the Arc Asylum.
The college's welding lab is transformed into a shriekfest ...
From kid-friendly to kinda frightening – instructional space delivers its second year of faux terror in the Avco-Lycoming Metal Trades Center.