Halloween scares the community of Ithaca

During this Halloween season, and with most of the students returning to campus this semester, festive Halloween events have taken place all around campus for the week of Halloween. There was a Fall Fest at South Hill Elementary School that had food, music, and concessions. There was also a trick-or-tto eatevent where residents at the Circle apartments passed out candy, photo booth in the park Sschool and so many other fun and scary events.

From left to right, seniors Emma Robinson and Brynn Smith selected their pumpkins after arriving at Fall Fest, a seasonal gathering for off-campus students. Lauren Leone / Ithaca

Junior Rhiannon Augustine was one of the many students attending the Faculty and Friends of the Circles community candy event. Augustine and her roommates also entered the Circles door decorating competition, taking second place for their door decorations. London Abbey / Ithaca

From left to right, Quincy Mariom-Renoud, Cora Israel and Layla Israel showed off their century-old costumes, ranging from a large dinosaur to a marine pirate. The three were among the evening’s first visitors to Autumn Fest on October 24. Surina Belk Gupta / The Ithacan

Fall Fest organizers invited attendees to choose and decorate pumpkins from the pumpkin patch at the October 24 event at South Hill Elementary. Lauren Leone / The Ithacan

Students paint pumpkins, taste food and watch “Knives Out” at IC After Dark’s Halloween event on October 29 in the Klingenstein Lounge. Brendan Iannucci / The Ithacan

Left to right, freshman Gabriel Friedberg paints a pumpkin as he dressed as Spider-Man with freshman Tyler Dale at IC After Dark’s Halloween event on the 29th October at the Clark Lounge. Brendan Iannucci / The Ithacan

From left to right, IC Circus acrobats Jack Hatcher, Sophia Scher, Isadora DenDanto and Nathan Moone perform an acrobatic routine at “Trick or Treats”, IC Circus’ first in-person performance since the October 29 in the fitness center. Frankie Walls / The Ithacan

Lauren Reid, senior art major, founder of Lauren’s Face Sketches, exhibited her work – which ranges from pastel and charcoal drawings to acrylic and oil paints – and promoted her artistic services at Fall Fest on October 24. Lauren Leone / The Ithacan

Left to right, Senior Lauren Reid sells one of her prints to seniors Julia Ganbarg and Jake Cornelio at Reid’s booth at Fall Fest. Lauren Leone / Ithaca

On October 24, 3-year-old Lucas Whalon lights up the candy or spell trail in his fire truck costume around the Circle Apartments. Whalon showed off the lights and sirens built into his costume. London Abbey / Ithaca

The Circles Community Center served as a small square of pumpkins for participants to choose a pumpkin to paint. Olivia Croatto, 5, took inspiration from her rainbow costume as she painted her pumpkin at Autumn Fest on October 24 outside the Circles Community Center. London Abbey / Ithaca

From left to right, rookie Michelle Engler led the Park Halloween photo booth as well as a candy guessing contest on October 29 in the lobby of Park Hall. Mickie Quinn, director of Park Promotions, takes a photo of junior Jade Rynar, wearing a witch hat and posing. Malik Clement / Ithaca

From left to right, junior Addison Knapman, seniors Hallie Arbital Jacoby, Gabrielle Kuker, Madeline Thomas and sophomore Noah Strathmann pose in front of an explosive decoration on October 29 at an IC After Dark Halloween event outside the Clark Lounges and Klingenstein. Brendan Iannucci / The Ithacan

A Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit (TCAT) electric bus parked at the Fall Fest was decorated in a festive setting, including bats, witch hats and spider webs, as part of TCAT’s efforts to educate spectators on local and sustainable transport. Lauren Leone / Ithaca

From left to right, South Hill residents Arden Mlynarczyk, Vincent Williams and Sarah Roberson celebrate the season and entered Williams in the children’s costume contest at Fall Fest. Lauren Leone / The Ithacan

From left to right, juniors Mia Loretto and Caroline Sabel spread their dough before braiding at ChallahWeen on October 28th. Richie Morris / The Ithacan

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