Indoor Halloween Celebration Could Be Better

Story/Video posted November 6, 2019 in Arts & Entertainment by Risell Ventura.



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa - Halloween is the one night of the year that going door to door for candy, dressed up as something mystical, is a night you look forward to all year. But, sometimes it rains... literally.

PhD Candidate, Anne Morse, decided to take her little (from the Big Brothers Big Sisters program) trick-or-treating on Halloween night. But because it rained that night, they decided to find some place dry to enjoy the evening.

The Palmer Museum of Art held their event: "Halloween Spectacular" on Halloween night. Morse and her little went to the event and their first activity was the 'Escape Room Art Heist.'

They ended their night making Halloween masks in the lobby of the museum.


Video Reporting by: Risell Ventura

Edited by: Ariana Rosa

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halloween , museum , palmer

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Ariana Rosa

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Ariana Rosa is from The Bronx, New York, graduating in Spring 2020. She is a Broadcast Journalism major with a minor in Spanish. During the summer of 2019, Ariana interned at CBS2/WLNY TV, where she gained experience producing live digital newscasts with the CBSN NY team. While there, Ariana acted as the Anchor for the annual summer intern newscast. While at Penn State, Ariana got the opportunity to work as a Staff Writer for Her Campus PSU and Managing Editor, of ¡OYE!: Penn State’s First Bilingual Latinx Newsletter.

Ariana also participated as the Social Media and Webpage Manager for Puerto Rican Student Association, where she contributed to the design and production of the organizations first website. Ariana is an aspiring CEO of a multimedia digital news outlet that gives a voice to the underrepresented Latinx/Black communities. She has always had a passion for story-telling, and believes no voice should go unheard.

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Penn State Journalism student. Minors in Sociology and Psychology. Born in Dominican Republic, the 21 year- old student moved to the United States when she was 16 years old. Risell worked for “El Mensajero” Hispanic newspaper of the city of Hazleton, PA. Risell interned with SSPTV on summer 2019, here she worked as a news reporter and newscast editor in training. Her professional goal is to become a news reporter for Hispanic-American networks in the US.