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GOBLINS, GHOULS and GHOSTS: More than 60 children ages 6-months to 5-years-old took part in the annual Wesleyan Neighborhood Preschool Halloween Parade Oct. 31. The children, dressed in their Halloween costumes, visited campus and several departments.

From left, Michael, 4, son of Dalit Katz, adjunct instructor in religion; Tiago, 4, son of Gustavo Furtado '07; and Louis Barber, 4, grandson of William Barber, the Andrews Professor of Economics Emeritus, show off their costumes while parents take photographs.
Sporting a fuzzy giraffe costume, Melissa, 2, takes a ride on her father, Richard Witmore's shoulders. Witmore, the director of the Spurrier-Snyder Rink, also marched with his other daughter, Allison, 4, who dressed as a dancing princess.
Fuzzy bear William, 3, son of Gloster Aaron, assistant professor of biology, assistant professor of neuroscience and behavior, appears content with his own teddy bear.
It wasn't a happy Halloween for everyone during the parade. (Photos by Olivia Bartlett)