7Authors: Wai Hou (Harry) Sio and Mindy Sun
Halloween is coming around the corner, bringing with it the creepy atmosphere of the unknowns. Join us at the Halloween events this year to hear more about ghost tales from different cultures and share scary stories you personally experienced. We’re offering two sessions, one during Global Connections and a separate evening session.
Scary Stories Around the World Event
- Session 1: Tuesday, October 26, 2021 | 4:00-5:00 PM | Join us!
- Session 2: Wednesday, October 27, 2021 | 8:00-9:00 PM | Join us!
For now, here are the four stories we believe will keep you up tonight. Get yourself a blanket and ready for the goosebumps! Continue Reading…
Now that the weather is cooling down, it’s really starting to feel like Fall, and there’s no better time for autumn activities than Halloween. Spooky season is here with Halloween less than a week away! This is an extra-special Halloween too; a Saturday night Halloween and a Blue Moon! October will have 2 full moons this month; October 1st and the 31st. Want to learn more? Check out the Farmers’ Almanac online for more cool facts about our moon cycles!
Halloween may be quieter this year, but who says you can’t enjoy Halloween from your living room? If you’re looking for some good movies for a spooky Saturday night, Netflix and Hulu have large libraries of thrilling and chilling content, and Disney+ is a great source of family-friendly frights for all ages.
To learn more about this $8 billion dollar holiday, visit the History Channel online for fun facts about all things Halloween.
Sarah Layne, International Student Advisor