A College Student’s Halloween Bucket List


Halloween is an exciting and spooky holiday for all ages. Dressing up in costumes, consuming excessive amounts of sugar, and carving pumpkins. Although Halloween is a holiday celebrated by everyone, each age group has a different agenda for their Halloween amusement. College students tend to make their Halloween festivities last longer than just a night of trick-or-treating as the kiddos do. Here’s a list of ~13~ Halloween activities fit for college students:

  1. Successfully pull together four (or more) halloween costumes on a tight budget
  2. Go to the cider mill
  3. Carve or paint pumpkins
  4. Study with a pumpkin spice latte
  5. Eat at least one piece of your favorite candy
  6. Craft a festive fall-themed beverage
  7. Go on a hayride with 100 of your closest friends
  8. Have a halloween movie marathon with your roommates
  9. Go to a halloween party (or four)
  10. Bob for apples
  11. Cram for mid-terms
  12. Tailgate your homecoming football game
  13. Do a creative group costume with your friends

There are plenty of seasonal activities for college students who are on a tight budget. Try something new, start a tradition and be creative this Halloween!

What’s on your bucket list this fall?

By: Allison McCarthy


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