Fun, Fright Mingle in Ramp-Up to Halloween
– Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann and Tia G. La, student photographers (unless otherwise noted)
Jack-o'-lanterns on The Village gate light the way to Halloween fun.
It's a toss-up who had more fun getting into costume.
The Residence Life Office invited "wee little ghosts, goblins, witches, lions and all other varieties of Halloween adorability" – and definitely got what they asked for!
The ATHS atrium takes on a ghostly glow for Friday's Halloween dance.
Amber L. Way, a pre-nursing major from Port Matilda, brings some purr to the party.
Apartment-dwellers enjoy handing out goodies to the children of alumni, employees and students.
What are you looking at? It's what all the most-stylish young witches are wearing this year!
Village residents continue a tradition of providing a safe, family-friendly environment for trick-or-treaters.
... as a makeshift midway magically appears on campus.
Patrons line up to ride the bouncy bumper cars ...
The carny includes an "apple-picking station" where students vie for raffle tickets.
You can run, but you can't hide from this chain saw-wielding maniac ... even if the camo makes the hiding easier.
President Davie Jane Gilmour and Tristan A. Eichfeld, a welding and fabrication engineering technology major from Elmer, N.J., scare up an awesome get-up for their ghastly gig in the Arc Asylum. (Photo provided)
... that the first 75 students at the carnival were able to make and take home.
Plastics and polymer engineering technology students Sapphire E. Naugle (left), of Jersey Shore; Nicholas A. Noll, of Lock Haven; and Shawnee M. Mills, of Waldorf, Md.; add their regal presence.
Danielle R. Wesneski, of Williamsport, majoring in baking and pastry arts, holds a Penn College teddy bear ...
Treats for the sweet tooth are temptingly displayed by Christopher D. Hogan, a welding and fabrication engineering technology major from Halifax.