Want to know how to say "trick or treat" in Chinese? Just ask the EAS-MA students of APSI!
On Saturday, October 28, the students were hosted by APSI's Director of Graduate Studies, Kristina Troost, who introduced them to the joy of pumpkin carving and jack-o'-lantern lighting. As their creativity was unleashed, the students enjoyed their social interactions with one another, the APSI staff, and several faculty members. Mixing together, first- and second-year students made the most of this opportunity to engage their peers outside the classroom and to strengthen the bonds formed by their shared experiences.
Once the gourds were sufficiently presentable, the party moved indoors for a buffet of Szechuan treats (including the ever-popular wontons in chili oil) and delicious desserts.