Archive for October 30th, 2010

Grossmont professor turns his home into a Halloween experience

SAN DIEGO — Every year since 1965, Grossmont College Media Communications Professor Jim Papageorge has turneed his home at 5221 Joan Court into a mini-Halloween theme park, using numerous special effects to make a visit to a haunted house an unforgettable experience.

Videographer Felipe Oliveira joined with Media Communications Major Tana Rule to preview what happens Chez Papageorge on Halloween night. Members of the public — especially youngsters– are invited to come and trick or treat.

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Grossmont College community gets head start on Halloween

 

Video and Photos by Alexis Jacquett

GROSSMONT COLLEGE–The “Modular Village People” and other staff, faculty and students got a head start on Halloween on Friday afternoon, Oct. 29, during a reception at Griffin Gate. 

Dressed in the costumes of the ‘Village People’–that is as a policeman, Indian chief, construction worker and cowboy — were Jeanette Irvin, Genie Montoya, Lani Dennis and Karen Bishop.

Candied apples and chocolate chip cookies made the get-together a sweet one, with such other costumed attendees as Laura Hernandez-Guiterrez dressed as Minnie Mouse, Anna Gonzalez as a Mardi Gras celebrant; Ann Ring as a doctor; and Patty Sparks as a football player.

Laura Hernandez and Anna Gonzales in the Halloween spirit

Ann Ring, left, and Patty Sparks