Tagged - Halloween

Southside spiders seriously spook Stella

Imagine my displeasure upon finding a gargantuan, lustrous-rumped, gangly-legged, octo-eyed, bitch-ass orb weaver staring at me from its tiny nest of butt string.

About ten scary movies to watch in the dark

Scary movies have driven Halloween since the first moving picture was created by a guy carving a bunch of tiny shapes into a turnip and spinning it around really fast.

Soylent-Quarantine for Halloween

Our scientists and witchcraft students have invented a new kind of food that not only can feed our students, but has all the saccharine empty calories of Halloween candy.

A nightmare on fraternity road: sexy Swarm Monitor

Imagine if we didn’t have SWARM monitors at parties, who would tell you to get off the steps?

Embracing the ‘crazy ex-girlfriend’

Feelings don’t just disappear after a breakup, and there shouldn’t be a time limit on their acceptability.

Save the planet: Repurpose your Halloween costume

I have a proposal: Normalize wearing Halloween costumes year round.

Make a mask a part of your Halloween costume

We’re doing so well keeping our campus open and free from outbreaks, but we’re one unmasked party away from shutting everything down.

Morbid curiosity: What’s so interesting about true crime?

Truth is stranger than fiction, because fiction is obliged to stick to believable possibilities, and truth isn’t.

Supernatural suspicion in the stacks of Rundel library

The Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County, the Rundel Library, is believed to be haunted, with alleged paranormal occurrences occurring in its halls. The Rundel Library’s stacks are where most of the activity takes place according to an article in the Democrat and Chronicle. 

CT Eats: Day of the Dead delights at La Casa

This year, I decided to explore another day of sweets and skeletons: Día de los Muertos, or “Day of the Dead.”