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Things that go ‘Yum’ in the night


Students queue up for creepy, cobwebbed cuisine.
Students queue up for creepy, cobwebbed cuisine.
Come closer ... if you dare.
Come closer … if you dare.
Jessica L. Cavanaugh, a substitute Dining Services employee, serves up ribs to the passing parade of patrons. The Lewistown resident is a health information management student at the college.
Jessica L. Cavanaugh, a substitute Dining Services employee, serves up ribs to the passing parade of patrons. The Lewistown resident is a health information management student at the college.
Make no bones about it: Capitol Eatery has food to die for!
Make no bones about it: Capitol Eatery has food to die for!

Dining Services’ Halloween Boofet re-inhabited Capitol Eatery this past week, offering students an appetizing menu of “eerie entrees, scary sides and hauntingly delicious desserts.”
Photos by J.J. Boettcher, student photographer

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