It’s hard to believe that October is nearly over––considering it’s just now becoming cooler outside. As the end of the month nears, the spookiest day of the year is upon us.
Halloween is the one night a year where all the ghouls, ghosts and zombies come out to play…well, people dressed as them.
Being an adult during halloween may not involve trick or treating, but that should not stop someone from celebrating their once favorite holiday. Here is a guide to have a fun Halloween as a college student.
Attend/Throw a party!
Head to your local dollar store to get some cheap decorations to hang up around your apartment or house to create a spooky atmosphere. You may even want to go as far as creating a haunted house for your party.
After you’ve decorated your place for the celebration––depending on how much work you want to do––you can make some Halloween themed foods and drinks. Delish has over 40 different Halloween themed items to make for a party.
To make your party even more fun, make it a costume party! Ask all your friends to dress up and everyone can vote on their favorite!
Go to a pumpkin patch, a haunted house, a corn maze or take a hayride
Knoxville has a website that lists all the local places to go during October for Halloween festivities. There are a handful that are still open through the 31.
Get a group of friends together and plan an evening out together. Make the night even more fun by dressing up as a group––bring back your childhood and be the Mystery Inc. crew.
Watch a scary movie
Maybe going out isn’t your thing or doesn’t fit your schedule. You can always stay in and watch scary movies. Whether it be with your significant other, best friends, family or by yourself, scary movies are always a good go-to for Halloween. Netflix and Hulu both have a fairly extensive list of classic Halloween movies that are available to stream. Just curl up on your couch in your pajamas and favorite candy and enjoy your night in.
Halloween isn’t just for kids; it can be for adults too. It may not be the same as trick-or-treating, but there is still plenty of fun to be had.
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Edited by Kaitlin Flippo