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Mesa College Pride Center celebrates Trick or Treat event

Students at the Pride Center celebrates Halloween by dressing up as various characters for a Trick or Treat event.
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Benjamin Culpepper standing (on the left ) wearing a medieval costume with other students, Michael Tiong taking their photos

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Simran Chawla, Staff Writer
Hello everyone! My name is Simran Chawla. I am staff writer for The Mesa Press with a passion for refining written content. I specialize in enhancing clarity, grammar, and overall quality while maintaining style consistency. Some more things about me - I am from India. I am doing my majors in Journalism. I am in my forth year. My hobbies include painting, reading and cooking. I love to travel and explore the world, meet know people and try different cuisines and make memories wherever I go. I am really excited and looking forward to get more knowledge and share mine as well.
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