As per Halloween tradition, people dressed up in costumes for the day. Zack Zernik, a first-year bioengineering student dressed as an astronaut this year.
Steven Young, a graduate screenwriting student, decided to dress as Deadpool for this year's Halloween.
Barron Regan, an undeclared first-year student dressed up as a fairy. ''(I) just had a passion for it,'' Regan said.
''I got the costume last year for $20, and wore it as a joke, but people really liked it so I just embraced it,'' said Makela Yepez, a second-year theater student.
Second-year psychology student Hevenn Vanhelsdingen dressed up as a devil to juxtapose with her name.
Pragya Arya, a fourth-year psychology and economics student, wore a hotdog costume to commemorate her love for hotdogs.
Gandalf wandered around campus as law student Adam Renth embodied the character.
Second-year environmental science student Stuart Muerth walked around campus dressed as a banana all day.
Mark Schweitzer has worn his bear costume for the last few years now. ''It was $100, so I wanted to get my money’s worth'' said the fourth-year political science student.
Hovsep Hovhannisyan, a fourth-year English student, dressed up as Gen. Aladeen from ''The Dictator.'' ''I thought it was really funny when I first saw the movie. I'm planning on wearing this costume to Halloween parties on the weekend'' Hovhannisyan said.