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Another Successful Trick-or-Treating on Campus

by Katie Bradley | Oct 31, 2013

Pirates, superheroes, princesses and so many other  characters gathered on campus to trick-or-treat on Thursday, October 24.

Trick-or-treating on campus is a Marian University tradition that gives alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends of the university a chance to bring their children trick-or-treating in a safe and fun environment.

“We bring our girls every year and they love it,” Sarah Ley ’05 said. “It’s fun to take them through the residence halls where I used to live.”  

Marian University students had the chance to decorate their dorm hallways and went all out with themes ranging from “Candyland” and “Wizard of Oz” to “haunted house” and “insane asylum.”

Families enjoyed a pumpkin patch, Halloween carnival, and trick-or-treating through the residence halls.  

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