November 14, 2017
Every Halloween, students living on University Avenue open up their porches to local children, providing a safe place for them to trick or treat.
Each house provided candy, games and prizes to all the trick-or-treaters, and some students dressed up themselves.
"I'm student teaching this semester so it's fun to see my students in their costumes, enjoying themselves on the campus I call home," said Darby Orris '18.
In addition to some sweet treats, WQSU did a live segment from the event and helped fill the avenue with spooky tunes. Wicked Dog Grille, owned by Susquehanna graduate Jeff Reis '86, provided delicious hot dogs and snacks for free.
Sorority Zeta Tau Alpha also hosted a petting zoo, where children enjoyed petting sheep, llamas, and goats. Older children got a good scare at fraternity Tau Kappa Epsilon's Haunted House.
Association (SGA) President Patrick Bolger '17.