Halloween 2013 Podcast

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A teacher's desk is showing of the Halloween spirit, affixed with pumpkins and candy. --Elissa Britt

A teacher's desk is showing of the Halloween spirit, affixed with pumpkins and candy. --Elissa Britt
A teacher’s desk is showing of the Halloween spirit, affixed with pumpkins and candy. –Elissa Britt

Halloween-Podcast

It’s that orange and black time of year; the leaves are changing, fall sports are ending and winter sports are beginning. For some, it means the start of the World Series, for others the NBA season. But in the month of October, some still think Halloween.

“I’m going to trick or treat until I have kids to go trick-or-treating with.”

“You’re never too old to like candy.”

“The last night I trick-or-treated was eighth grade.”

“You can go trick-or-treating with your kids. Make [it] a family activity.”

“I’ll go trick-or-treating, not in full body costumes.”

“Halloween’s not really a huge thing in my household.”

Although not all may not think it to be appropriate to trick-or-treat still, we can all agree on that one candy that we still love.

“Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Kit-Kats.”

“[I usually] eat whatever candy my little brother has collected or whatever is left over from handing out.”

“My favorite candy is Twizlers, because they’re delicious and caramelly.”

No matter your opinion, you should always have fun on Halloween.

 

*The interviewees are all Rockville High School students and are named off in the audio podcast.