The Kennesaw State University Department of Student Activities hosted a Halloween-themed movie night featuring Hocus Pocus Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. on the Campus Green.
The featured film, Hocus Pocus, is a 1993 Halloween classic based on the return of three witches known as the Sanderson sisters after their execution during the 17th century in Salem, Massachussets.
Everyone in attendance of the event was able to kick back on the Campus Green with blankets and lawn chairs while enjoying the comfortable, entertaining movie night atmosphere. Attendees were provided entry tickets, complimentary snacks, drinks sponsored by Monster and unlimited popcorn.
“Halloween week is becoming a tradition on campus,” said Student Activities Event Coordinator Jenna Rehm.
Rehm expressed that this was the second year Hocus Pocus was the featured film for Halloween week.
Rehm, who oversees all student events, hopes Halloween week promotes school pride, more student connections and love for the Campus Green.
The Department of Student Activities provides resources, services and events while supporting all 270 registered student organizations university-wide, according to Owlife. The department promotes a non-academic side of college they consider a classroom — without walls.
Active students involved in the student organizations learn and acquire experience that will prepare them for a great college experience, work experience and development of their full potential.
KSU’s Halloween Week was hosted on both the Kennesaw and Marietta campuses from Oct. 21 through Oct. 31. Each campus had set up a week full of frightful and fun games, movie nights, DIY projects and more, according to Owlife.