Intercollegiate Athletics’ annual Halloween Extravaganza was a hit again.
Card tricks as well as treats were part of the fun where student-athletes entertained visitors.
Students from UA’s RISE School and Children’s Program spent Halloween morning trick or treating around campus.
The toughest part of the day was deciding which piece of candy to pick.
Baby Incredible had a great time listening to music.
The children enjoyed a performance by RISE’s music therapist Dawn Sandel.
Some children enjoyed a ride instead of a walk.
All of the little angels had a wonderful time.
Things got a little scarier at the Capstone International Center’s Halloween open house.
Not everyone was impressed.
The Museum of Natural History showed its haunted side.
Is this from the entomology collections??
There’s always time for learning.
Things got decidedly creepy at the ghost tour of the Gorgas House.
Sometimes it’s fun to be scared.
Goodbye until next Halloween!
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