Editor’s note: This is a satire piece from The Collegian’s opinion section. Real names may be used in fictitious/semi-fictitious ways. Those who do not read editor’s notes are subject to being offended. Colorado State University ghosts have felt left out of CSU’s community for decades, especially on Halloween, and they want this Halloween to be different. “We are a part of this community,” Ghost Bella said, “we have been here longer than they ever will be and we are not given our place.” On Oct. 15, Tony Frank agreed to sit down with the ghosts that reside on our campus and listen to their concerns. Tony listened to the ghosts for six hours, six minutes and six seconds when he finally came to a solution that will allow them to feel like a part of the CSU community. Ghosts are not allowed to leave their haunting location, but the playing of one song on the pipe organ allows them to leave their location for 24 hours. Tony Frank has been taking pipe organ classes every day at witching hour and will be playing the first song on an organ at 12 a.m. on October 31st. An organ player is being… Read full this story
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