Students have a scary good time

By Thunderword Staff

Fun and spooky events were held yesterday on campus. Students played games, told ghost stories, toured a haunted house and watched a horror movie in an event hosted by International Student Leadership. Games consisted of a variation of duck-duck-goose called ghost-ghost-buster, relay games involving balance and teamwork, and a game of random chance involving popping balloons and either nding candy inside or having to perform a truth-or-dare written on a piece of paper. "My favorite was the pinky game where we had to hold an M&M between our pinkies," said Kaz Seko, who was dressed as a wolf. Roughly 50 to 60 mostly costumed students attended the event.

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