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Clue, as interpreted by CEPETheir portrayal of the board game Clue won the staff of the Centre for Executive and Professional top honours in the group costume.

Costumes confirm creativity of campus employees

Contrary to some claims, it turns out that people working at the University of Windsor do have a Clue.

The staff of the Centre for Executive and Professional Education won first prize in the group costume contest at Friday’s campus Hallowe’en luncheon for their portrayal of characters from the classic board game.

Hundreds of staff and faculty members tricked and treated their way into Winclare A for the event, sponsored by the Office of the President.

“This was my first time seeing this come together,” said Ligia Arias, who began as assistant catering manager earlier this year. “It was great; everybody really got into dressing up and having fun.”

Stephanie Parent, an audio-visual technician in the Centre for Teaching and Learning, won an extra vacation day for the best individual costume. She came dressed as a caramel latte.

Find a photographic record of some of the many inventive costumes on the UWindsor Facebook page.

Provost Bob Orr congratulates Stephanie Parent on her win for best individual costume—a caramel latte.

Bob Orr with Stephanie Parent