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Residential Life Hosts Spooky Singo to Celebrate Halloween

Residential Life hosted its annual Spooky Singo event at Smith Hall on October 26th, 2023. This event is where students play bingo but with different musical categories, and hope to have the songs in a row on their board. Along with bingo, they hosted a costume contest. There were a bunch of prizes to win, and an opportunity for a fun time late at night.

One of the fun Singo Boards from the multiple categories they had. This board was from the Disco category.

Smith Dining Hall where students have gathered to play Singo.

(From left to right) of Senior Mo Cartnal dressed as Coraline, Senior Katherine DiJulius dressed as Wybee, Sophomore Jack Gensler dressed as Finn the Human, Sophomore Gillian Murray dress as an angel, and Junior Sydney Vernadakis dressed as a cowboy, all in the Halloween spirit playing Singo.

(From left to right) Juniors Isabella Roush dressed as a ghost and Gen Maddox playing Singo.

(From left to right) Sophomores Ashley Bahrey dressed as Freddy Fazbear and Arianna Morris; dressed as Bonny playing Singo.

One of the winners of a Singo round, freshman Colton McGeary, chose the SpongeBob Krabby Patty candy from one of the many prizes offered.

Senior Katie Korenge dressed as a Garden Spirit, and crocheted the mushroom doll by hand along with the head piece.

Freshman Rynn Bahle dressed as their own character and made this headpiece.

(From left to right) Freshmen Katie Fink, Gracelynn Hoggatt, and Hayley Read. They are all dressed as characters from the anime Bungou Stray Dogs: Dead Apple.

Sophomore Even Boling, dressed as the shadow person from Stuyvesant Hall.

Winners of the Halloween Contest (From Left to Right)

Sophomore Even Boling; won best OWU hall spirit, Sophomore Marilynn Dees; won scariest costume, Junior Maya Koob; won both funniest and best overall costume, Freshman Katie Fink, freshman Hayley Read, freshman Gracelynn Hoggatt; as a group won best for pop culture.

Group photo of the event organizers, Hall Council, who set up and ran the event.

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