Published: April 9, 2019

CU Denver's chapter of the Phi Alpha Theta National History Honors Society gave students a fun way to let off steam during midterm week of the Fall 2018 semester at the Halloween party. The Fall Semester, which does not have a scheduled break until Thanksgiving, can wear on our students. To let loose for a night, Phi Alpha theta's Halloween Party featured bobbing for apples, pumpkin painting, a doughnut wall, costumes, party food, and karaoke! These pictures from the party show our students enjoying some time off from reading, studying and writing papers. Phi Alpha Theta typically hosts academic events that further our students perceptions and understandings of history and history professions. However, every now and then it's good to hold a social event to let students bond and share in the fun! 

Photo of student in costume bobbing for applesPhoto of students enjoying music at the partypicture of the pumpkin painting table