UTAH TECH UNIVERSITY'S STUDENT NEWS SOURCE | November 11, 2022

Dress code altered for tomorrow’s Haunted Homecoming Dance

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On the Graff Plaza on Oct. 27 at 9 p.m., flowing out from under the Graff Performing Arts building, the Dixie State College Student Association will host the Haunted Homecoming

Students and alumni can wear their Halloween costumes or fancy outfits. Stefanie Higginson, DSC coordinator of student life, said the DSCSA wants students to dress in classier Halloween costumes, but if they choose to wear something different, no one will be turned away.

Ashley Graf, a junior integrated studies major from St. George, said her committee is bringing everything for the dance together to scare people, make them laugh and cry.

DSCSA members running the dance will be providing light refreshments and keeping things spooky and entertaining. Participants will be able to take downtime from dancing in a creepy outdoor living room setup. There will also be a photographer to capture the moments.

“It’s going to be different than any dance we’ve ever had,” said Sami Warnick, vice-president of student life and a senior business major from Wanship.    

“We’ve never had a dance underneath the Graff building, so I think that’s going to be a cool change of scenery. Also the fountain is just steps away, so when we transition to True Rebel Night, everyone just has to run down the sidewalk and hop in the fountain.”

Whether people find dates or choose to go stag, the dance is free and open to everyone.