Creativity on display in campus costumes

The campus community put its creativity on display as hundreds of University of Windsor faculty and staff haunted Winclare “A” Wednesday afternoon at the annual Hallowe'en social.

The Office of Public Affairs and Communications won first place in the group category and the prize of a pizza lunch for dressing up like sculptures in the riverfront sculpture park.

DailyNews offers a look at some of the other inventive costumes:

Provost Leo Groarke congratulates Carolin Lekic, whose Monopoly-inspired creation took top individual honours, winning her an extra day’s vacation.

This Star Wars-themed entry by the Faculty of Science won second place in the group category: a “fiesta break” from Catering Services.

Nursing professor Laurie Gibb won a special mention for her zombie Detroit Tiger. “There’s always next year!” she says.

Who is that masked man?

Bowman Denis Tetrault of earth and environmental sciences.

A pharaonic Jelena Magliaro.

Kinesiology professor Dave Andrews challenged students in his Wednesday morning class to join him in dressing up for Hallowe’en. Here are a few of their costumes:

Dr. Andrews went for a queen of the Nile look.

More muppety are Eric “Elmo” Leckie and Nicholas “Cookie Monster” Ouellette.

Speak no evil: Mimes Allison Torres and Corey Myslichuk take a silent approach.

And even with an NHL lockout, there’s no denying ice time to the Hanson brothers—Jon Woelk, Spencer Jean and Jason Clarke.

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