So with Halloween and all, what does the average UBC student dress up as these days?

Seriously, just leave a comment letting us know what you’re going as (or if, instead, you’re the sort who refuses to dress up). I’ll be doing my standard Jedi Knight costume, but only because that gives me an excuse to buy a cool toy lightsaber.

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Finally, and still on the subject of cool things: don’t forget to check out the upcoming TEDxTerry Talks conference. It’s going to be epic! (register here – tickets going quick, so if you think you’re interested, it’s probably best to get them sooner rather than later).

Anyway… back to you. What’s your costume?

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6 Responses to “So with Halloween and all, what does the average UBC student dress up as these days?”

  1. Mike

    Bandana, jerry can, canucks jersey. I’m going as a hockey rioter.

  2. henry

    For me, it’s not about the costume, it’s about the candy. Houses around UBC are actually pretty cool with us big kids coming around. I’m going as Harry Potter.

  3. Emily

    I’m going as a stressed out sleep deprived university student. Oh wait, that’s not a costume…

  4. jennifer

    I’m going as a faster than the speed of light neutrino. Or, if I was describing this to someone in costume, “Neutrino, I’m going as a faster than the speed of light…”

  5. Lillienne

    Red Riding Hood! I found my red riding hood cape that my mother claims I wore when I was four and it still fits, amazingly.

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