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Spookfest brings out ghouls and groms

When you think of Halloween, what typically comes to mind? Trick-or-treating? Scary movies? For biomedical engineering senior Griffin Paul, it’s surfing. Four Halloweens ago, Paul and his friends decided to throw on their costumes and hit the waves. “It turned out to be a blast and we decided to make it a tradition,” Paul said. […]

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Tuesday Tunes: Nov. 3, 2015

Residual Halloween vibes remain on campus from the weekend’s festivities. We asked a few Mustangs to share their most eerie, “heebie jeebie” evoking musical favorites. Rachel Senda, food science junior Creepy favorite: “Secret” by The Pierces   Kent Tran, computer engineering freshman Creepy favorite: “Tiptoe through the Tulips” by Tiny Tim   Faith Johnson, construction management junior Creepy favorite: “Jack’s […]

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Trick-or-Treating for Citations

Liana Riley is a political science junior and Mustang News columnist.  If you can, for a moment, envision sifting through a myriad of colorful candies and picking out your first Hershey’s bar, with your parent nestled by your side. You’re a pirate because that’s what Party City had destined for you. You skip along the […]

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Nine strange, cute and creepy photos from Cambria’s Scarecrow Festival

Every year throughout the month of October, hundreds of homes and businesses decorate their own, one-of-a-kind scarecrows as part of the Cambria Scarecrow Festival. The festival runs until Oct. 31. A map to the scarecrows can be found at cambriascarecrows.com. Some of the scarecrows have QR codes where you can scan to read all about them and who […]