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Otis College Students Dared to Scare at the 2019 Annual Halloween Costume Contest

The time and creativity of Otis College students paid off in fun ways this Halloween season.

With such classes as Design Prototyping, Textile Science, and Costume and Identity on offer at Otis College of Art and Design, it's no surprise that when Halloween comes around every fall, skills learned from the curriculum are put to fun use for the Annual Halloween Costume Contest. This year, the costumes covered the spectrum, from spooky to kooky, and our judges had a hard time narrowing down the finalists for scariest, most creative, and all-around outstanding prizes. Sponsored by the Campus Activities Board and judged by a panel of faculty and staff members, the contest is an annual fall tradition at Otis College. Jessica Alexander again took First Place, with Amber Grossenbacher winning Scariest, and Cat Ying and Gvokx Mendoza tying for Most Creative. Honorable Mentions went to Alice Kazanster, Lorenzo Crump, and Mo Medved. Click through the slideshow for pictures of each contestant! 


All photos by Fawad Assadullah.