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Spooky pooches: Annual Howl-O-Ween Bash takes place

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Grab your costumes and your love of animals: The annual Howl-O-Ween Bash is back and ready to help out all of your favorite animals. The event occurred on November 1st, 2017, and was hosted by the Ann Richards Chapter of the National Honors Society (NHS). Outside the courtyard doors, different events were displayed such as…

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The Biggest Debate to Date: Students of ARS discuss their true opinions on candy corn

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A ring of candy corn. Photo by Magnus Manske. This October, many opinions on candy corn have been circulating and there is no unanimous decision. For years people have debated over if the treat tasted good or not, if the texture of the candy was flattering or not, and if it was overrated or not.…

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Binge on More Than Candy: 10 Spooky Shows and Movies to Watch this October

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There’s something about fall that makes people excited. For many it’s pumpkin spice lattes, for others it’s cozy sweaters and cool weather, but for some, the delicate hint of fall in the air means one things – Halloween. As many people in the world who look forward to this holiday for the entire year, here…

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I want candy: Students and faculty remember Halloween

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Students and teachers reminisce on their favorite Halloween memories, including their best costumes, favorite trick-or-treating moments, and their costume for this year’s fright holiday.

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Born to Trick-or-Treat: Senior born on Halloween

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Yesenia Rosales (12) poses at San Antonio Newspaper Conference. Photo by Sarah Walker.  “I remember my parents told me that when I was born my brother wasn’t allowed to go trick-or-treating because I was in the hospital with my mom,” Yesenia Rosales, senior, said. Rosales was born on Halloween in 1997, and since then her…

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Netflix worthy Halloween films to watch on a full moon

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With the month of October comes breezy nights, pumpkin spice, and a sudden acceptance for the combination of orange and black. After a holiday-less September, being reunited with a whole month dedicated to Halloween festivities is definitely the highlight of the fall season. While shopping for the best costume and trick-or-treating (no matter how “old” you…

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