Purdue Global Science Partners do Halloween


Fifteen members of the Global Science Partners organization within the College of Science paid a spooky visit to Cambridge Estates in Lafayette during the apartment and townhouse complex's annual Halloween bash aimed for kids.

Global Science Partners do Halloween

The Science students ran several games and passed out pounds and pounds of sweet, sweet candy.

The mix of Science students came from various majors as well as experience levels. About half were freshmen and the other half upperclassmen. About half the students were domestic and the other half international as well.

The Halloween event was a good bonding trip several miles off campus to the outskirts of Lafayette. The students worked together in entertaining sugar-fueled children in games and passing out candy.

The students encountered cute little witches, princesses, pirates, a skeleton, Thomas the Tank Engine, a fireman, a tiny lion and much more.

More than 100 children plus their parents or guardians filled the Cambridge Estates main office. Each room was like a station for kids to check out games and the candy stashes. Groups of two to four students manned each station.

The event was a positive experience for the students and the children. Volunteerism is a beyond the classroom way to ensure a College of Science student receives a complete education at Purdue.

Global Science Partners do Halloween

(From left) Amanda Peters, Hayley Drozd and Jien Nee Tai celebrate Halloween.

Global Science Partners do Halloween

College of Science students Raj Agrawal (left) and Don Little help kids try to chomp apples hanging from string attached to the ceiling at the Cambridge Estates Halloween celebration.

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