Today: ASI to host first Trick Or Treat event

By Swapna Vettiyil

Associated Students, Inc. today will host its first ever Trick or Treat at University Park.

The event, which is planned by the Bronco Events and Activities Team, will kick off at U-Hour with face painting, roaming mummy characters and carnival booths.

Students are encouraged to swing by for free candy, popcorn and donuts to celebrate Halloween.

BEAT Programming Director Izabella Latrach is looking forward to all the festivities.

“I’m excited to get my face painted at the face painting booth and trick or treat with all my fellow Broncos,” Latrach said.

KIND Bars will be at the event to hand out free samples of popular products.

The Apparel Merchandising and Management Department and the Office of Semester Conversion will also have a table at the event.

“I’m looking forward to the event because BEAT events are always fun and are hosted at such convenient times like U-Hour, said Nikki Nguyen, a third-year communication student.

“They always have great prize giveaways.”

The toilet paper mummy contest will kick off the event, followed by the costume contest for all students.

The winners of the mummy contest will win two movie tickets, while the best costume winner will win a $25 value prize.

Even though Halloween falls on a weekday, ASI is making sure to keep everyone’s spirits high.

“I am excited for Trick or Treat because it will provide students an exciting way to celebrate Halloween right here on campus,” said third-year industrial engineering student Michael Burckhardt.

“It is an opportunity to show off our costumes and hopefully get a lot of candy.”

ASI hopes that this event will encourage students to come to school dressed up in their best costumes.

With prizes, free candy and the opportunity to show off your Halloween costumes, Trick or Treat by ASI BEAT is an event for everyone to enjoy.

ASI is making sure to keep everyone

Courtesy of ASI

ASI is making sure to keep everyone’s spirits high

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