• Pat Bigaouette

    Pat Bigaouette

    Class of 2011
    Chaska, MN
    Biology (Pre-Med)

    Pat's Bio:
    My name is Pat Bigaouette. I am a Senior Biology major. I run on the cross country and track teams at Scholastica. I currently live in Somers Hall as the Residential Advisor for Ground Floor North. Also, I am actively involved in Scholastica's theater program and hope to get cast in one of the four shows this season. This summer I conducted clinical research at Hennepin County Medical Center in the Emergency room. I also traveled to New York City to pick up a friend from school and, of course, saw the show "Wicked" on Broadway.

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Dont get tricked.

To get into you halloween spirit while you’re reading this post, I suggest you throw on your favorite halloween costume. Ok….Halloween is rapidly approaching,so here is a list of halloween safety tips to have more treats than tricks this halloween season.

Halloween Safety Tips

1. Trust your instincts. If you feel alarmed, scared or creeped out in any situation, go with your gut. If you see something spooky, contact the local authorities immediately.

2. Avoid being alone or isolated with a vampire – – or any creature – – who you don’t know or trust.. Make sure a dependable friend knows where you are and who you are with at all times. Don’t leave your group with anyone you’re not sure of – even if he or she asks. Say you’d rather stay with the group.

3. Know your surroundings and plan a Jack-o-lantern lit route back to your house. Always carry emergency cash and keep phone numbers to howl at local cab companies if needed. Have your charged cell phone with you.

4. Check in with your friends throughout All Hallow’s Eve. Form a buddy system so that no one wanders off alone. Agree on a secret “butt in” signal for uncomfortable situations, such as “Ghost” or “Ghoul!”

5. Don’t accept “potion” from people you don’t know or trust and never leave your “potion” unattended. If you lose sight of your “potion,” get a new one, and always watch your “potion” being prepared.

6. Don’t let your guard down. Do not assume that the mummies, witches, and wizards you meet will look out for your best interests!

7. Watch out for your friends, and don’t be afraid to intervene if a situation appears to be scaring your friend or is  frightening you. If your friend seems too drunk or is acting abnormally, get him or her to a safe place immediately

8. NEVER drink and drive, if you are sober cabbing be sure to watch out for young trick-or-treaters.


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