It’s easy for college students to get distracted from the true intention of Halloween. Dressing up like an anthropomorphic kitten or a lumberjack, partying with the same people you hang out with every week and buying smaller versions of candy bars available year-round at drug stores makes the spirit of Halloween a little hard to nail down.
The Texas State Cemetery was teeming with storytellers and frightened guests Saturday night. Crowd members passed out devil horn headbands, and lightning bugs lit up the eerie darkness among the head stones as guests filed in to hear live readings from three different authors.
Every Friday, the Gender and Sexuality Center tackles timely feminist topics as a part of their Feminist Friday series. This Friday’s event will address issues regarding a Halloween tradition: costumes.
Chiles rellenos, a traditional Mexican dish with poblano chiles fried in hot oil until golden, is a staple of the Mexican restaurant menu — but the dish has a place in Mexican culture just as important as its place on the table.