Halls haunted by campus creatures


Valentina Martinelli

Valentina Martinelli / Arizona Daily Wildcat Black and Blue Hip Hop Crew performs on University during Bear Down Friday

Jazmine Woodberry

Residence halls all over campus celebrated Halloween throughout the month of October. La Paz Residence Hall’s Monster Ball on Oct. 14, gave students two stories of fun with a disc jockey, fresh cotton candy and popcorn for attendees, and a reason to pick out a costume early. Yuma Residence Hall’s Oct. 22–24 event, Haunted Dungeon, took visitors through a basement of terrors, as volunteering resident zombies, ghosts, ghouls and other undead spooked visitors for the admission price of $2 or two canned goods. Hoggoween, Hopi Lodge and Graham-Greenlee residence hall’s one-night bash, offered up free pizza and a whipped-cream pie eating contest to attendees, with a costume contest and a pumpkin-goo sliming of the resident assistant raising the most money for charity.