This fall saw the return of Otis College's most creative and creepy traditions. The annual Halloween Costume Parade—sponsored by the Campus Activities Board (CAB)—as well as the altar produced by the Creative Action Integrated Learning (CAIL) class, “Modern Mysticism and the Afterlife,” for the Dia de Los Muertos celebration at the famed Hollywood Forever Cemetery showcase student talent at its best. These fall festivities offer a fun respite from the stress of midterms, and this year even staff and faculty joined in on the fun! View the slideshow below for a look at everyone’s stellar work!
Costume parade photographs by Kal Kalibinuer; Dia de Los Muertos altar photographs by Andrew Armstrong.