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Eastern embraces Halloween spirit

Published on November 03, 2021

Eastern embraces Halloween spirit

The student organization FEMALES celebrates Halloween with a costume contest.

The student organization 'Freedom at Eastern' plays haunted musical chairs.

'Freedom Fright,' a Halloween party hosted by student organization Freedom at Eastern.

Am usic student performs in a percussion recital on Halloween weekend.

Eastern Connecticut State University embraced the Halloween spirit in a number of ways this fall semester. Across residence halls, student organizations and arts events, students, staff and faculty participated in costume contests, pumpkin painting and door decorating. Student organizations like FEMALES and Freedom at Eastern had costume parties, music students dressed up for a percussion recital and more.

Winthrop's Residence Hall Association (RHA) hosts a costume party.

Students in Winthrop Hall participate in pumpkin painting.

Students in Winthrop Hall participate in pumpkin painting.

Door decoration in Mead Hall.

Professor Jeff Calissi performs in a percussion recital on Halloween weekend.

Door decoration in Mead Hall.

A member of FEMALES attends meeting in an inflatable sloth costume.

Door decoration in Occum Hall.

Student organization 'Freedom at Eastern' play musical chairs at their event, 'Freedom Fright.'

Music student performs in percussion recital on Halloween weekend.

Door decoration in Mead Hall.