Halloween Rally: Thriller and Costume Contest

Aria Frangos, Scot Scoop Editor

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Senior Sydney Salzman, dressed as Lavagirl, shows off her costume by "melting" another student.

Senior Sydney Salzman, dressed as Lavagirl, shows off her costume by “melting” another student.

 

Students line up for the second round of judging in the 2014 Costume Contest.

Students line up for the second round of judging in the 2014 Costume Contest.

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Senior Catherine Schulze demonstrates the character of her Cat Lady costume by playing with one of her many cats.

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Students attending the lunch rally vote on the final four top costumes: Cat Lady, Lavagirl, a giraffe, and a performing magician.

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Senior Andrew Wach is announced the winner of the contest with his giraffe costume and well-received performance.

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Junior Crimson McDaniel prepares to participate in the Carlmont Dance performance of Thriller with a zombie costume and makeup job.

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Carlmont Dance staggers up to center stage as they convene to perform Thriller for their audience in the Student Union.

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The students turn suddenly to pose for the crowd, surprising and exciting the audience.

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“The dance itself is quite fun, and it’s a top classic I’d say,” said McDaniel. “It was extra credit to perform, and the people who put the work into it were really fun to work with. It was all totally worth it when we performed.”

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“I’ve wanted to win the costume contest my senior year since I got to Carlmont,” said senior Andrew Wach. “I feel so exhilarated right now: this is everything I dreamed.”

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Carlmont teachers show their spirit by dressing as the main character of Where’s Waldo and attending the Halloween lunch rally.

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Sophomore Dylan Adams plays the part of Michael Jackson, dancing a solo in the middle of the crowd of zombies.

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