Students Provide Safe Tricks and Treats for Area Children

Hundreds of University of Scranton students on 44 resident hall floors participated in a “Safe Trick or Treat” event for more than 300 area children from United Neighborhood Centers, Friends of the Poor and the campus community on Oct. 30. The University’s Community Outreach Office organized the event that included interactive games, crafts and some “chilling fun” provided by 32 University student clubs and organizations in the McIlhenny Ballroom of the DeNaples Center.


From left, seven-year-old Haley Zipp and 11-year old Kaitlynn Harris of Long Pond visit the (Bio)Chemistry Club’s table at Safe Trick or Treat to learn the science behind the sweet-tasting marshmallow structures from University students Michael Coco ’13, a chemistry major from Exeter; Marianne Wujcik ’12, a chemistry major from West Chester; Stephanie Richter ’12, a forensic chemistry major from Toms River, N.J.; and Abbe Clark ’12, a biochemistry, cell and molecular biology major and a national 2011-2012 Barry M. Goldwater Scholar from Southold, N.Y.


Iggy didn’t dress for Halloween, but eight-year-old Liberty Stefalo (left) and five-year-old Rocco Stefalo of Jermyn did.