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Down West Mall from the white tents, booming sound system and costumed revelry of the Calendar’s Halloween party last weekend in the black box of the Dorothy Somerset Studio, a troupe of acting students donned a different type of costume: thick paper mache masks for their latest show, The (Un)usual suspects.

Raina Cao - BreadOfTheDead

In my house, we celebrate the Day of the Dead on November 2 by making bread, which we call bread of the dead. We make ofrendas, of course, and even dress up as vampires and ghosts as if it were Halloween, but the bread was the main ritual.


The Ubyssey culture staff have compiled a short list of recommended events for the month, with an emphasis on low-key and community-oriented events that won't strain your energy or your wallets.

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