Halloween

Help stop coronavirus spike

We must act now to protect the health and safety of our entire community—an ethic we know our campus embraces.


Stay safe this Halloween

Don’t be a “jerk-o-lantern” because it’s not “witchful thinking.” Together we can “put a spell” on COVID-19 this Halloween.


COVID-19 is a frightening factor this Halloween

Don’t take unnecessary risks.


Be culturally respectful as you celebrate Halloween

Costumes that take the form of caricature and adopt aspects of someone’s cultural identity can be belittling. Insensitive. Obtuse. It’s a form of cultural appropriation.


Halloween eye safety

You might see a lot of scary sights on Halloween—most of them fun and harmless. But one freaky sight you want to avoid is an eye infection caused by illegal colored contact lenses—also called “fashion” or “costume” lenses.


9 not-so-spooky bat facts

With Halloween around the corner, Teri Orr, a postdoctoral researcher in the School of Biological Sciences who studies bats, dispels some myths that make people fear them.


Cultural appropriation or appreciation?

Halloween is a fun time for people to explore their creativity and walk around in various costumes or as characters. But when does your costume shift from fun to disrespectful?


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TRICK-OR-TREAT

Don’t forget to check out what the University of Utah can offer in way of Halloween activities — some specifically for families.


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