Happy (belated) Halloween and Happy (almost) Thanksgiving, folks!
It is officially November now, and that means we're beginning to enter the season of final research papers and looming projects. But it's still early November, so don't sweat just yet. (Though maybe start looking at those assignments now instead of later...)
However, before we move full-force into November, let's first take a look back on our final days of October. Or, more aptly put, Halloween!
As you all might've known, the WKU Writing Center hosted its first Costume Contest and Open House on Halloween this year. The festivities were open to all who were interested in attending, and we had an excellent turnout!
|This photo and all the ones following it are courtesy of Jacky Killian.|
Our costume contest included a variety of fantastic costumes that ranged from the elusive Carmen San Diego to a dead priest. The sky was the limit for these party-goers!
|Callie Compton as Carmen San Diego, here to bring your childhood front and center.|
|Zach Puckett as Roxas from Kingdom Hearts.|
|Lauren Witty as the Ram Zodiac from Fairy Tail.|
|Sol Govin as the devil herself!|
|Sasha Hardin as Misa from Death Note.|
|Travis Lewis as our resident dead priest.|
|Chris Nealis as a stop sign, with his trusty dog... who pees on the stop sign.|
|Our photographer, Jacky Killian, as Link from Legend of Zelda.|
|Brittany Moster as the fabulous Hermione Granger.|
|Marissa Tompkins as our second, but equally fabulous, Hermione Granger.|
|Dori Norman as the face of the rebellion, Miss Katniss Everdeen.|
|Brianna Stewart and Andi Nealis (your wonderful coordinator of the day's festivities) as the in-conquerable Dynamic Duo.|
In addition to the costume contest, we also had a Two-Sentence Horror Story contest. First and second place went to Andi Nealis and Brittany Moster respectively!
Overall, the Writing Center's Costume Contest was an overwhelming success. For more pictures of the festivities, be sure to check out our album on Facebook (and maybe give us a "like" while you're there)!
Above all else, we hope you all had a wonderful (and safe) Halloween! Feel free to share your own costume designs in the comments section, or tell us what you hope to do next Halloween. (Stopping by the 2015 Costume Contest better be on your agenda, too!)
And, as always, don't forget that as we move into this admittedly stressful season, the Writing Center is here to help! You can start by scheduling an appointment by clicking here and selecting a time that works well for you. We are also available for drop-in appointments, but those function under a first come, first serve basis.