Big Sister Finds Trick-or-Treating Alternative
Anna Morse is a PhD candidate in Sociology ad Demography at Penn State, she is also a part of the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. She was disappointed when she couldn't take her little sister trick-or-treating due to the rain on Halloween. Instead, Morse took her little sister to the Palmer Museum of Art's Halloween Spectacular.
A night filled with Escape Room Art Heists, special performances and tours of the museum was closed out with some arts and crafts in the lobby where attendees could make their own Halloween masks.
Video By: Risell Ventura
Edited By: Nick Mazone
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Nick Mazone is a senior broadcast journalism major at Penn State. He hopes to work at ESPN or FS1 on a sports debate show one day.
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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.