campus are celebrating Halloween with some fun and spooky events and
volunteered to help with the Downtown Trick or Treat Halloween night.
College’s Alpha Gamma Delta sorority are teaming up to Trick or Treat for Spare
Change to raise money for Parkinson’s Disease and for Diabetes. For the third
consecutive year, they will be going door-to-door in the Fulton community,
starting at 7 p.m. Oct. 31, asking for spare change instead of candy.
are plenty of other activities happening at William Woods leading up to the
night of fright. Here they are, in chronological order:
Sigma Tau Delta English honorary, kicks off the terrifying events. The film
“1408” will be shown in the Ivy Room at 7 p.m., in honor of Halloween and the
legendary horror author, Stephen King.
in Tucker Dining Hall leading up to the event and students who purchase a
button will be entered into a drawing to win a $20 Amazon gift card to be
awarded at the event.
Picture Show, hosted by the Jesters Club, will be at 9 p.m. in Cutlip
Auditorium. The event is free, but participation bags will be sold at the door
for $5 each. Audience members are encouraged to dress up for the event, cheer
their favorite characters, dance the Time Warp and have a blast!
Halloween Laser Tag at 1 p.m. in the Helen Stephens Sports Complex.
sponsor its first Rocky Horror Masquerade Ball, a dance with a cast of seven
WWU students who will play parts from the film. The masquerade ball will be
held from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m. in restaurant’s banquet room.
member alike are welcome to participate. Tickets for the event are $10 in
advance and $15 at the door, and include appetizers and entertainment. To
purchase tickets, call 573- 642-7733 or visit Sir Winston’s.
walk-through exhibit about the psychology of phobias and the fear related to
Halloween. Join them in the Ivy Room at 11 a.m. to face your fears.
artwork of Angela Villavicencio and friends in the upper level of the Gladys
Woods Kemper Center for the Arts at 6 p.m. Villavicencio is a WWU equestrian
studies major from Camarillo, Calif. Students
should enter through the Ewing Avenue entrance and will be asked to choose
their favorite “frightful” piece and write a short critique about why they
class will host Halloween Bingo at 7 p.m. in the Ivy Room to allow a safe and
fun Halloween event for students. Snacks will be provided and prizes will be
awarded. Students are encouraged to dress in costume.