USciences Students Host Community Trunk or Treat

Published on November 10, 2016

Trunk or TreatStudents from the fraternity and sorority community also partnered with the 48th and Woodland Recreation Center to host a “Trunk-or-Treat” on campus on Halloween.

Children and their families from the community around USciences were invited to trick-or-treat from the trunks of vehicles of members from fraternities, sororities, and community members. Everyone got into the event, decorating their cars in different themes and dressing in costume to give out the candy.

More than 150 neighborhood kids came out to the USciences parking lot in costume to go from trunk to trunk collecting candy. Due to the success of the event, students from the fraternities and sororities at USciences hope to continue the event in the future.

Trunk or Treat

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