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By Jessica Defreitas
It feels like just yesterday I was taking down my Christmas decorations and ringing in the New Year but it is already October and year-end festivities are already here. Halloween is one of the most exciting times of the year. We get to dress up as our favorite fictional characters, celebrities, historical people and the list goes on. Whether you go as a spider or Ariana Grande, unleashing our alter egos is always a good time.
For those of you who love Halloween and want to be “extra” you do not have to wait until Christmas to put up decorations. Saving money at this time of year may be a top priority, especially with Christmas around the corner. Dollar Tree, Walmart and Marshalls are great places to shop if you want to creep out your neighbors on a budget. From trick or treating buckets to spooky scarecrows, you can find several Halloween items at these budget friendly stores. If you decorate and want to be more simplistic, try a ghost door wreath. For those with some yard space, a grass-installed skeleton will bring just enough spook with little effort.
Parties are another aspect of Halloween that college students might look forward to. However, finding the perfect costume can sometimes be difficult. Imagine if you have a hard time choosing between Post Malone or The Joker, who you both love and have both trended this year. To make your costume different and unique, you can…
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