December 31, 2015
The Omicron Beta Chapter (Stockton University) got into the Halloween spirit with a fun twist on Delta Zeta's Hike for Hearing by hosting a spooky Haunted Hike. The Hike, which benefits Delta Zeta's national philanthropic partner, Starkey Hearing Foundation, was located on the university’s Dark Path, giving the walk an eerie touch as participants walked through the woods.
"We teamed with Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and dressed up in different costumes," said
Rebekah Marley Makin, LAMP Editor. "These included scary dolls, clowns, skeletons, the Joker, haunted prom queens and, surprisingly, Gumby (a lot scarier than you would think!). Everyone enjoyed the event and braved the cold night to participate. We are extremely grateful for the brothers of Sigma Alpha Epsilon who helped with the event. We had an amazing turnout. In addition to the walk, we held a creative bake sale with Halloween-themed goods like spider-shaped cookies made by one of our own sisters. Omicron Beta plans to continue this Haunted Hike as an annual tradition and we are so excited to make it even spookier next year!"