The resident advisers of the North Quad housing area of California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) held a Halloween Bash on Oct. 28. The effort was a Living Learning Program (LLP) organized by CSUMB’s Residential Housing Association (RHA).
Located on North Quad’s lawn, this event allowed students to partake in an essential fall activity: pumpkin decorating.
Both paint and carving supplies were made available, with attendees given the option to bring their own pumpkin or use one provided. Music played as students circled up with their pumpkins on the grass.
Some attendees dressed in spooky attire, while others kept their wardrobe casual. A backdrop on the side of Pinnacles was available for Otters to take pictures with each other.
Resident advisers passed out candy and pamphlets sharing the history of Halloween.
Vineyard resident adviser and third-year Zoe Williams shared that the purpose of the event was to build community during the fall season.
“It seems like everyone is having a good time,” Williams said. “I’m happy to see everyone hanging out together.”