The many faces of Halloween

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IN STITCHES: Sophomore Owen Dack wears an Eeyore onesie, and drew stitches across his face to represent the stuffed nature of the character. “There’s this theory that the characters in Winnie the Pooh represent the seven deadly sins and different types of mental illnesses, and Eeyore is depression.” Photo by George Frey / Bearing News

George Frey

Oct. 31. To some, it’s just an average day, but for others it is a chance for them to showcase their self expression in various forms of costumes. From mimes to Steve from Blue’s Clues, various RBHS students created their own unique takes on both classic and rare characters. Or, in some cases, students created their very own [original characters], analyzed their personality, and made a costume to correspond with the character they created.