Spirits at PCCC aren't dampened by the Rain

By Angel Camacho, Ashley Cruz, Ann Marie Donuyre, Georgelina Guzman, Melanie Fermin Rosario, and Sue Tran --

On the 31st of October, through the cloudy, rainy, yet surprisingly warm day, the students and staff at Passaic County Community College dressed to impress, from Jesus, to the devil, and everything in between, students managed to make the gloomy start of Halloween brighter. As they walk around campus with their heads up, they are not afraid to show off their spooky spirit.

Here the students continue the costume party that pushed traditions onward.

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