Halloween

Embracing the inner child in all for Halloween at the Seasider

 

Dressed up as a pirate captain or a Disney princess, people of all ages gathered together to celebrate Halloween in Laie. Joining in on the fun, the Seasider held a costume contest to encourage students and families to dress up for the special day.

Halloween celebrated in USA but students say only in some parts of Japan, Italy, Tonga and more

 

Halloween is one of the biggest commercial holidays in America with people spending more than $9 billion a year celebrating it, says Statista.com, but its influence spans past the western hemisphere.

Campus Comment: What’s your favorite scary/Halloween movie?

 

Carter Moore, a freshman from Nevada studying exercise science:  “‘Halloween,’ because it’s actually scary. A lot of other movies aren’t scary. I feel like movies from the ‘80s did really good with scary movies.”

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