Harkening back to Halloween

Mac loves dressing up so much it took a whole week (and then some) to celebrate the holiday of costumes

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Harkening back to Halloween

At the Varsity Football game on Friday Oct. 26 against the Reagan Raiders, sophomore Matthew Vargas and the Blue Brigade performed their hoop routine at halftime. “I just really enjoy performing with all my friends and just performing for the school and performing for the football team to hopefully make them do better,” Vargas said. The Blue Brigade performed again at the Homecoming game on Thursday at House Park against Crockett. Photo by Anna McClellan.

At the Varsity Football game on Friday Oct. 26 against the Reagan Raiders, sophomore Matthew Vargas and the Blue Brigade performed their hoop routine at halftime. “I just really enjoy performing with all my friends and just performing for the school and performing for the football team to hopefully make them do better,” Vargas said. The Blue Brigade performed again at the Homecoming game on Thursday at House Park against Crockett. Photo by Anna McClellan.

At the Varsity Football game on Friday Oct. 26 against the Reagan Raiders, sophomore Matthew Vargas and the Blue Brigade performed their hoop routine at halftime. “I just really enjoy performing with all my friends and just performing for the school and performing for the football team to hopefully make them do better,” Vargas said. The Blue Brigade performed again at the Homecoming game on Thursday at House Park against Crockett. Photo by Anna McClellan.

At the Varsity Football game on Friday Oct. 26 against the Reagan Raiders, sophomore Matthew Vargas and the Blue Brigade performed their hoop routine at halftime. “I just really enjoy performing with all my friends and just performing for the school and performing for the football team to hopefully make them do better,” Vargas said. The Blue Brigade performed again at the Homecoming game on Thursday at House Park against Crockett. Photo by Anna McClellan.

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At McCallum, Halloween isn’t a day, it’s a weeklong state of mind. From the Blue Brigade showing up at Nelson Field the Friday before Halloween in full costumes, to the Spanish students who marched in the Dia de los Muertos parade in dowtown Austin on Saturday, to the baseball team that played a full game in Halloween gear the day before Oct. 31, Mac definitely showed its penchant for pretending to be someone or something else. In the precise middle of a Homecoming Week, filled of dress-up days, there was Halloween Wednesday itself when Mac nation didn’t just come dressed to impress, it held not one but two costume contests to decide once and for all who the best dressed costumed Knights were. In this week’s #TuesdayTop10, we take you back to the spooky week that was Halloween at Mac. Maniacal laugh. Maniacal laugh.

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