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Halloween at UNC in the '80s


Decades-old issues of The Daily Tar Heel show similarities and differences between UNC Halloween celebrations in the 1980s and now. In the '80s, students delivered pumpkins, held jack-o-lantern carving contests, held haunted houses for children and charity and went to Franklin Street in costume. In 1987, DTH reporters wrote about the day’s jack-o-lantern carving contest. (Daily Tar Heel)

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