Halloween (b1)college St. Paul

By Kristen Wegrzyn

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Halloween used to last for just one night.but in college, Halloween becomes a weekend-long event, which means several different costumes. You and your friends might plan some group costume you can all dress up as together. Or you might find it easier to just come up with some solo costumes. At first you have trouble coming up with ideas. Paul indie rock band Hippo Campus will kick things off when they perform live from the venue, with no audience, on Thursday and Oct. The band is promising a different set list each night. What is Halloween?  Halloween is a special day on 31st of October each year. People know it as one night when children dress up and go trick or treating. It is also called 'all hallow's Eve' (allerheilligen). It even goes back to the time of the Celts (kelten). For them 31st of October was their new years eve (oudejaarsavond).

Classic Halloween costumes from 1865 to today

Halloween 2020 will likely look different than in past years. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends avoiding coming into direct contact with trick-or-treaters, suggests giving candy outside rather than from your front door, and of course, wearing a mask. Though the CDC also specifies that a Halloween mask is not a suitable substitute for a protective mask, and warns against wearing a costume mask on top of a cloth mask because it could make breathing challenging.

With COVID-19 rates still a concern, some may avoid trick-or-treating, parties, and parades altogether. But without a doubt, costumes will still be worn, whether to be shown off on social media or to be admired by socially-distant passerbys.


To celebrate the tradition of dressing up for Halloween, Stacker scoured the archives to find 50 photos of Halloween costumes from 1865 to today. The usual suspects pop up throughout the centuries—cats, witches, ghosts, and ghouls—but pop culture references also make an appearance, from Darth Vader to Ronald Reagan.


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