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BSU and NTC to host Halloween activities Oct. 27-31

Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College will host a variety of on-campus Halloween-themed events and activities Oct. 27-31 at BSU and NTC campuses.

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Trick-or-treaters head to Oak Hall on the BSU campus in 2019 for some Halloween fun.
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BEMIDJI — Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College will host a variety of on-campus Halloween-themed events and activities Oct. 27-31 at BSU and NTC campuses.

Trick-or-Treating at the Residence Halls is back at BSU for the first time since 2019. On Halloween, residents in BSU’s Birch, Linden, Oak and Tamarack halls will be on hand to deliver treats and possibly a few tricks from 5 to 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 31, or until costumed visitors have drained participating rooms of candy. Rooms with orange trick-or-treat tags are participating in the event, and visitors can pick up lists of participating rooms at each building’s front desk. For more information, contact BSU’s Office of Housing and Residential Life at (218) 755-3750 or reslife@bemidjistate.edu.

Costume contest and poetry reading is set for Thursday, Oct. 27, hosted by BSU's Milk Tooth student club, which publishes a journal of BSU student writing. There will be a costume contest for BSU students and a spooky-themed open mic night that is open to all. Following the student costume contest, a mic will be open for anyone who has a spooky tale, poem, song or other story to share. Attendees are invited to bring in their favorite ghost stories or to make up their own. For more information, contact Dr. Chad Abushanab, assistant professor of English, at chad.abushanab@bemidjistate.edu.

NTC Halloween Party, coordinated by the college’s Child Care Club, will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 31. Attendees can tour a treat route that encompasses the entire college, visiting NTC faculty and staff and Bemidji-area business sponsors who will also be participating in the event.

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