Halloween

It may not be thought-provoking, but it works

Leaving offensive costumes at the door protects other students, but not explaining why may be a missed opportunity.Continue...

When it's no longer just clowning around

Amid the purported “creepy clown epidemic” that’s terrified North America this year, Canadian Tire has discontinued clown-themed décor and costumes.Continue...

Creepy clown spotted on Aberdeen causes student concern

Just after midnight on Oct. 13, Queen’s student Vibhor Mathur walked onto Aberdeen St. and was confronted with a sight that caused a slight stir on Facebook later that night.Continue...

Are you afraid of the dark?

Growing up, I thought I was crazy.Continue...

A wicked treat

We all have that friend who shows up to a potluck with an extravagantly decorated masterpiece that puts your Pillsbury Halloween cookies to shame.Continue...

Talking Heads: Should some Halloween costumes be off-limits?

“There should be boundaries around sensitive topics.” Suzanne Breen, ConEd ’18

“I think Halloween’s a time when things should be taken lightly.” Meagan Norris, ArtSci '17...Continue...

Believing is seeing

Do you believe in ghosts?

Today is Halloween — the annual peak of everything ghostly and paranormal is in full swing.

I suppose I see myself as someone who wants to...Continue...

Creative homemade Halloween costumes

DIY Halloween costumes are a great way to create an original costume while having fun making it in the process. There are a lot of creative ways to take what you already have in your wardrobe and...Continue...

Candy, not faith

As a kid, the best part of trick-or-treating on Halloween was sifting through the many surprises in my bag at the end of the night. Of course, some finds were always better than others. For instance, there was always that one guy who, without fail, would hand out toothbrushes and apples every year. This year, it goes even further.Continue...

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