foods and order pizza and bake cupcakes and just have fun together.”
It’s also very possible that you just don’t celebrate Halloween at all. Or that you did as a child but now it’s just a day of the year filled with nostalgia. Regardless, as the weather sets in alongside the scent of all things fall, there’s an undeniable sense of excitement in the air that’s noticeable to anyone. It can’t be better said than by Marianna Cundari (‘20):
“My favorite thing about the season now is the air. The weather gets colder and it’s just nice eating sugary foods while having fun with friends.”
As October progresses, we should all make traditions of our own, whether they be big or small, Halloween-related or not. Spend time with your friends and eat all the candy you want. Watch your favorite horror movies and go pumpkin picking. After all, Spooky Season only lasts so long.