Halloween is a time for costumes and spooky tales. This year, the McGill Tribune interviewed students on the Y-Intersection about their favorite Halloween memories. Some shared their spine-tingling experiences, while others shared their sweetest. Read on to find out what students had to say!
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Tea lights and votive candles are the perfect accent lighting for your dining room or living room. These simple flameless candles make just the right amount of light and set the right mood for any room. They also resist the summer heat and fall chill, making them a year-round solution to your home lighting needs.
Share your craziest Halloween memory
Share your craziest Halloween memory! The Halloween season is a time when children dress up and trick-or-treat while adults go to costume parties. These Halloween traditions have been around for centuries. From the time of the ancient Egyptians to the medieval renaissance, Halloween has been celebrated around the world. Some countries celebrate it with festivals and rituals that honor the dead, while others celebrate it as a secular holiday. The holiday includes costume parties, trick-or-treating, pranks, games, and more.
Share a Broadway actor’s
In honor of Halloween, we asked Broadway and Off-Broadway actors to share their favorite Halloween memories. This year, the actors dressed up as their favorite characters. From Velma Kelly and Roxie Hart to Frankenstein and the Three Little Pigs, we were delighted to learn about the actors’ favorite memories.