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The Michigan Daily -- michigandaily.com

THIS IS HALLOWEEN: the Do's and Don'ts
By Jaclyn Nagel, Weekend Roundup Contributor I Photos by Emilie Plesset, Weekend Roundup Editor

When you look back on
Halloween in a week, a month,
or a year, you want to remember
it as one of the best weekends of
your life. Follow these do's and
don'ts to ensure your weekend is
a dream, not a nightmare.

DRESSUP
Halloween is the one time of
year that you can pretend to be
anythingor anyoneyouwant.You
could be anything from a beanie
baby to Austin Powers to Harry
Potter to a dust bunny. This is
your opportunity to escape from
reality, which is pretty ideal right
after midterms. Especially after
getting your grades back.
GO ALL OUT
Throughout the year, you
may go to a variety of themed
parties, but wearing a sequin
headband isn't exactly "dressing
up." Halloween is the time to go
all out. From your head to your

toes, nothing should be out of against.
character.
GO OUT ALONE
EAT EVERYTHING The University of Michigan
I don't care if you're on aliquid may not be known for being a
diet;eat everything. There will be party school most of the year, but
candy all over campus so there's when it comes to Welcome Week,
no reason to try to resist. You Halloweek and St. Patrick's Day,
will lose. Give in to temptation it's a whole different story. Make
with a caramel apple, candy corn sure you go out with friends and
or a pumpkin-shaped cookie. I stay with them throughout the
promise, you won't regret it. night; that is the best way to keep
yourself and each other safe,
especially during these extra-
crazyoccasions.
GO OVERBOARD
DISRESPECT RELIGIONS, I know that midterms are over
BACKGROUNDSAND and we are all ready to let loose
CULTURES and go a little wild, but don't
Being a part of a diverse take it too far. Halloweek is such
campus, we all know people who a surreal time, it's easy to forget
are from different backgrounds that we all have limits and those
and dressing up as someone's limits might be lower than usual.
race, culture, ethnicity, etc. is Our last few weekends have
inappropriate and disrespectful. been spent at the UGLi studying
Remember to be mindful of for finals and living off Dayquil,
everyone else's backgrounds so make sure to go slow and be
while picking out a costume. aware of how many drinks you've
For example, being Ariel won't indulged in and how many more
make any one feel discriminated you can safelyhandle.

CAMPUS
EVENTS
Zombie Nightmare on
Fletcher Street
6-8p.m.
UHS
Reverse Tick or Treating
7 p.m.
Mary Markley
Friday,10/31
Spookappellooza
6:30 p.m.
MLB Auditorium 3
Michigan Football vs.
Indiana
3:30 p.m.
The Big House
Halloween Tailgate
12 p.m.
The Diag
Dia de Los Muertos
1-5 p.m.
North Quad
No Shave November for
Consent Kickoff
12 p.m.
The Diag
Ann Arbor Concert Band
performance
3 p.m.
The Michigan Theater

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By BRAD WHIPPLE
Weekend Roundup Editor
It's finally Halloween, giving
students across campus an
excuse to dress up in ridiculous
outfits for one night of the year.
Whether you're at a Halloween-
themed party or trick-or-
treating, you'll eventually have
some down time. I know there's
homework to do and tests to
study for, but take a break from
all of that. Instead, sit back and
choose from one of these must-
watch Halloween movies.
HALLOWEENTOWN
If you had any sort of
childhood, you had to have seen
the great Disney classic from
1998, "Halloweentown." In a
time before DVR cable boxes,
watching "Halloweentown"
annually became a tradition for
many."Halloweentown"follows
Marnie Piper's family as they
try to stop the darkness from
taking over Halloweentown, a
society full of ghouls and ghosts
that is separate from society.
Even now, this movie still packs
all of the enjoyment my younger
self felt every year.
If you love this movie
enough, watch the sequel
"Halloweentown II: Kalabar's
Revenge." It doesn't have that
feeling of originality, but is still
fun like the original. But be
advised: avoid "Halloweentown
High" and "Return to
Halloweentown," both of which
may lead you to throw up the
candy you worked hard to get.
ALIEN
"In space, no one can hear
you scream."
If that doesn't make your
blood curdle, good for you.
But for the rest of us, "Alien"
is a classic sci-fi horror
movie that follows a group of
scientists traveling in outer
space on a research mission.
If you like Sigourney Weaver,
chest-bursting aliens and

'face-huggers' (still give me
nightmares), this is the movie
for you.
ALIENS
If you want less of a
psychological thriller and
more of a sci-fi action movie
with horror elements, watch
"Aliens." This sequel is just as
scary, but focuses more on the
fight against the xenomorph
aliens. The movie's most
memorable line is "They mostly
come out at night. Mostly."
In other words, save this
movie for the daytime if you like
sleeping soundly.
CABIN IN THE WOODIS
When I first watched "Cabin
in the Woods," my first thought
was, Isn't that the actor who
plays Thor? It has to be a good
movie. But I quicklylearnedthat
Chris Hemsworth's painful-to-
watch performance signaled
this was a movie poking fun
at horror movie culture while
also trying to be considered a
legitimate scary movie itself.
The movie is about a group of
teenagers who decide it would
be a great idea to stay alone in
a cabin in the woods. If you've
ever seen a scary movie, you can
probably infer how the rest of
the story goes.
There are moments where
I laughed, moments where I
hugged my knees, and moments
where I cried (from more
hysterical laughter). Overall,
this is a great movie to get akick
out of with your friends. The
ending of the movie escalates
very quickly, and will leave you
absolutely flabbergasted.
BEETLEJUICE
"Beetlejuice" is a classic late
'80s movie starring Michael
Keaton, Alec Baldwin and
Geena Davis. More importantly,
"Beetlejuice" is directed by Tim
Burton. Burton, an expert in
quirky horror films, takes us on
an adventure with Baldwin and

Davis, a married couple who die
in the beginning of the movie.
Upon their death, we follow
them through the world of
the dead until they return to
the home they left behind and
haunt its newest residents.
"Beetlejuice" is one of the
funniest Halloween movies I've
seen. If you've never seen it,
you're definitely missing out.

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