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Student organizations host first annual "Halloween at Dartmouth"

Dartmouth College Office of Public Affairs • Press Release
Posted 10/30/07 • (603) 646-3661

Dartmouth has its share of spirits and legends, but a new generation of ghosts and goblins invades the Dartmouth campus on Wednesday.

More than 30 campus organizations have joined forces to sponsor the first "Halloween at Dartmouth," a free, public event Wednesday from 4:30-7 p.m. on Webster Avenue in Hanover. Organized by the Kappa Kappa Kappa fraternity, "Halloween at Dartmouth" features trick or treating, arts and crafts, activities, food, haunted houses, a costume contest, and performances by Dartmouth's a cappella and dance groups.

Programs will be handed out along Webster Avenue which will include a map of each participating Greek house/organization, as well as the activities at each house, the times of each performance group, and the different locations for food and games.

"Halloween at Dartmouth" pulls together Dartmouth's various student groups, especially the College’s coed, fraternity, and sorority organizations, in an effort to reach out to and connect with the Upper Valley community.

For more information, contact Ian Tapu at 808-721-9653

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