Wright State students, faculty and staff could find plenty of ways to celebrate Halloween around campus over the last week.
The University Activities Board along with the University Center for International Education hosted the WSU Scare Fair in the Student Union Atrium. Students played games, ate popcorn, carved pumpkins and learned about different cultures.
“We are always trying to educate our international students on some American traditions,” said Catherine Hernandez, international student program coordinator at the University Center for International Education.
The Wright State Global Public Health Brigade hosted a Pumpkin Smash fundraiser on the Quad. Students paid $3 to smash a pumpkin with a sledgehammer. Proceeds from the event will benefit an upcoming trip to Nicaragua.
The Office of Latino Affairs hosted a party to celebrate the Day of the Dead. Students painted masks, danced and learned about Latino traditions.