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Halloweek at U of T: Spooky Events around Campus

It's almost everyone's favourite scary holiday... Halloween. Seeing as it's no longer socially acceptable to go Trick or Treating now that I'm an adult, I was wondering where to go for my fix of fun costumes and free candy. If you're in the same boat, there's no reason to fear (although there may be at some of these events). I've compiled several Halloween events happening between now and the big day so that you can get in the spirit of the (spooky) season.

1. U of T History Collective's Annual Campus Ghost Tour:

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Join UTSHC for their 6th annual Campus Ghost Tour! Tours are happening from the 28th to the 30th at 6:30 pm. Tickets can be purchased for $5 through the link in their instagram bio @uthistorycollective.

2. Scary Skate with MoveU

Join the MoveU team for a night of skating, Halloween music, costumes, candy, and more at the Varsity Centre Ice Rink on October 28th! There are two time slots from 6:00-7:00 and from 7:30-8:30. Early access tickets are sold out, but you can drop in starting 15 minutes after the hour! If you have skates, bring them, as rentals are limited.

3. Frightening Free Film Fridays

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The Cinema Studies Student Union hosts Free Film Fridays every Friday at 7pm in Innis Town Hall, but they've programmed some especially freaky movies for the Halloween season. 

4. Halloween HIIT Takeover

Time for something truly terrifying: a HIIT (high intensity interval training) workout. These workouts are, as the name suggests, intense. However they can also be super fun, and this Halloween themed one through U of T Sport & Rec sounds incredible. A live D.J. playing Halloween tunes while you sweat it out. Make sure to sign up for the class happening at 3:15 on October 28th!

I hope you get excited about these Halloween events! I know I'll be checking out a few of them, and I hope to see lots of people there

- Annie

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