HallOUween in Athens never fails to impress me. For one evening thousands of people clad in costumes descend upon my college town, doubling its population, to make it the second biggest block party in the nation after Mardi Gras in New Orleans.
During my four years here I’ve seen many creative costumes ranging from super heroes, animals, video game characters, ghouls, and this year especially – politicians. With 2016 being an election year, I saw several humorous interpretations of Hillary Clinton as a criminal and Donald Trump’s hairdo. Continue reading