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Boringside: Super Spooky Halloween Edition

With three(ish) weeks to go before Halloween, Morningside is getting a little spooktacular. For your viewing pleasure, we’ve compiled some pretty mediocre pictures of our favorite decorations around Columbia.

Just look at how spooky Book Culture’s pumpkins are! And John Jay’s bowl of leaves! Because nothing is scarier than going to get goldfish and realizing that they’ve been replaced with leaves.

If we’re missing any spooky-chic decorations you feel strongly about, send ’em to tips@bwog.com or sound off in the comments!

Woah! Spooky! Scary!

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  • Spotted at John Jay says:

    @Spotted at John Jay SAW A KID PILE ON SOME OF THOSE FAKE LEAVES ONTO HIS SALAD

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