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Students enjoy Halloween in different ways, reveling in holiday traditions

The wind is getting colder. The leaves are falling off tree branches. Skeleton cutouts and armies of pumpkins are filling convenience store shelves. Candy corn is relevant again. Dress up as your favorite celebrity or superhero, knock on doors, ask strangers for candy and receive it. Throughout the years, Halloween ...

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Spread caution this Halloween

This is Halloween! This is Halloween! It is that time of the year again: the time of year when you carve pumpkins and empty their guts on the plastic bags beside you. This is the time of year where all great things are made, like candy corn and pumpkin spice ...

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Child Learning Center hosts pumpkin decorating, hay ride in Pumpkin Patch

Children and adults can often celebrate holidays very differently, so family inclusive events are in high demand. The APSU Little Govs Child Learning Center helped provide another point for children and parents to meet in the middle with their first annual Pumpkin Patch held Wednesday, Oct. 26. The children, parents, ...

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Halloween is for Everyone

Halloween, also known as All Hallows Eve in some countries, occurs on October 31st every year. This holiday is particularly celebrated by carving pumpkins, decorating, attending haunting attractions, telling scary stories, watching horror films, dressing up in costumes, and, the ever so famous: trick or treating. While scrolling across Facebook, ...

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