Hallowgreens is an annual unofficial St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) holiday. It celebrates Halloween. Most students who choose to participate dress-up in costume, and some do not. In order to ensure everyone’s safety, the Student Government Association (SGA) usually produces a list of “do’s and don’ts.” With permission from Read More
The always-anticipated Hallowgreens festivities took place on the Townhouse Greens Saturday night, right in time for the brisk winter cold despite a week of warm October weather. The annual celebration takes place on the Saturday nearest to Halloween, and calls for dressing up in costumes, socializing, and enjoying the often Read More
Halloween was first mentioned in The Point News in 1959’s December issue, under the story heading “All Hallow’s Eve”, and next to a dorm version of ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas and a Thanksgiving announcement to students.
On Hallowgreens night, I found Jesus. Literally.
See photo gallery Students showed up to the Greens in a variety of creative costumes before pouring rain ended the night early. Clockwise from top left, students dressed as a baked potato, Barack Obama, Sesame Street aliens and the house from the Pixar movie “Up.” (Photos by Dave Chase)
We weren’t prepared for the cold and rain that has forced us off the patio last week, but we’ve found a meaningful way to bide our time. With Hallowgreens just a couple of weeks away, we’ve dedicated our free time to finding and creating the perfect costumes to honor this Read More