Don’t be scared, Owls, it’s just our weekly love letter to you, our boo.
Nutshell | A newsletter for Temple students
Lookin’ good, boo
Thanks for the fashion inspiration, Owls—we’re going to go as you for Halloween. And every other day this fall.
Xiaolong Feng
 
Xiaolong Feng
Class of 2019


Major
Undeclared

Hometown
Enping, China

How would you describe your style?
“Sometimes hip-hop, sometimes more mature.”
 
 
Lubaina Shakir
 
Lubaina Shakir
Class of 2017


Major
Bioengineering

Hometown
Exton, Pennsylvania

How would you describe your style?
“For fall my go-to is tall boots and a jacket, but today I’m dressed for a career fair.”
 
 
Taylor Allen
 
Taylor Allen
Class of 2019


Major
Journalism

Hometown
Flemington, New Jersey

How would you describe your style?
“A lot of old things—I only shop at thrift stores.”
 
Now that’s scary
In this edition of “Ask an Owl,” get some actual Halloween costume ideas from fellow students, who told Nutshell they plan to dress up as Donald Trump, Minions and, um, sexy Santa, among others.
A STILL FROM THE VIDEO SHOWING A STUDENT IN A PIKACHU HOODIE
Never fear
If you didn’t score a ticket to Saturday’s football game against Notre Dame, you can still catch it, while also nailing your Halloween costume. Dress up as a member of the Cherry Crusade, cheer like a lunatic from the comfort of your couch (the game airs at 8 p.m. on ABC) and then head out trick-or-treating. You can thank us with Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and Hershey’s Kisses.
A FOOTBALL PLAYER TACKLING THE 6ABC LOGO
I don’t know, what do you wanna do?
We wanna go to Werewolf Blitzer’s scary Q&A at the Temple Performing Arts Center. OK, so his name is Wolf, not Werewolf, and the Q&A probably won’t be scary at all, but it will be really interesting—the CNN anchor has covered just about every major breaking news story since you were born. He’s on campus to receive the Lew Klein Excellence in the Media Award; beforehand he’ll be holding a Q&A with students. 9:30 a.m. on Thursday. TPAC. Be there or be scared.
WOLF BLITZER
We’ll email you every Monday morning; you can contact us whenever you want. We’d love to hear your feedback and story ideas, or anything else you think we should know.
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