East Hall holds Halloween carnival
Student residents in East Hall conjured up five floors of Halloween fright and fun for neighborhood children Thursday, Oct. 28.
Each floor offered a unique theme and activity for the children who attended, but the scariest part was the fourth floor’s haunted hallway.
Bloody sheets were draped from the ceiling and the bodies of Chandria Harris, freshman psychology major, Vernisha Williams, freshman physical therapy major, and Avis Smith, junior nursing major, were strewn aboutin precarious positions. Startling, scratching and banging emanated from inside the rooms as guests passed through the corridor.
“It’s even scaring some of the people that set it up,” said Harold Brown, an English and French major.
Some of the other activities included face painting by Jessica Kelly, a freshman nursing major, and fortune telling by BriAnna Branson, freshman speech pathology major, and RaNita Johnson, freshman biology major.
Ben Vlahos, freshman mechanical engineering major, dressed as a mad scientist and enticed children to put their hands in vats of pretend brains, eyeballs and other gruesome concoctions.