Sophomore Kelsey Rohwer, a Hatchet columnist, notes that Halloween is a chance for GW students to celebrate the end of midterms while bonding over a popular holiday.
In my 19 years, Halloween has never let me down. From the time my parents stuffed my pumpkin costume with newspaper, to the time I defied all odds and made a Care Bear look slutty, Halloween has always been my favorite night of the year.
The holiday’s greatness extends beyond candy and the excuse to wear your underwear on the outside. Halloween is a holiday that everyone can participate in, and at GW, it serves as the brilliant end to midterms. Most importantly, it takes all the great things about being a kid and gives it a college twist.