Symphony shows sights and sounds

By Winter Dorval - Staff Reporter





You don't have to be scared alone this Halloween.

A Halloween movie night and pajama party will be hosted by the International Leadership Student Council members this Friday.

Leadership Council member, Aya Tanaka said the five-hour-party will consist mostly of watching movies and playing icebreakers.

"We'll be wearing pajamas, and we're planning to watch two horror movies. Between those movies we want to be playing games and talk about Halloween," Tanaka said. "I think if they have fun they will bond."

Another member of the Leadership Council, An Vo, said that students may also bring blankets or pillows for more comfort.

"We will all be sitting, but students can bring sleeping bags, pajamas, blankets and pillows," Vo said.

She said students should wear costumes to the party.

"Students are advised to bring costumes as it's a costume party," Vo said. "Pajamas will help people bond by talking about it."

Vo said that around 80 students are expected to attend the event. Both international and domestic students are encouraged to join in.

"Halloween is an American thing. We want international students to have the experience of Halloween," Tanaka said. "We want domestic students to come to our events and show Halloween to them."

The party will be located at Building 7. The party will begin at 6 p.m and end at around midnight.

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