Summer is over…hello Halloween 


Editor, Claire Kunzier 

Wednesday, September 22 is the official last day of summer; days get shorter, the temperature is getting colder and seasonal depression increases with the prior statements. Before Pennsylvania freezes over and life sucks, there is a lovely period of time called fall. I do believe we all know the seasons, but this is when you can wear jeans and a sweatshirt and not sweat or freeze your nuts off, which is quite wonderful. More importantly, October is the month of celebrating Halloween and preparing all your costumes that will be ruined by the end of your night. This year Halloween is on a Sunday, so prepare not one, not two, but at least three costumes minimum for your COVID-19 friendly events. Then on November 1, we will start mentally preparing for Christmas, because honestly who cares about Thanksgiving. Peace out summer, you will be missed and yearned for once people get over how cold it is. 

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