From the Director:

Autumn is a beautiful season in NYC. The days are shorter and cooler and the leaves turn to brilliant orange, yellow, and red. However, it is also the season of ghouls, ghost, spirits and superstition as America celebrates its most haunting holiday: Halloween. This is a time of all things spooky. While children traditionally dress in costumes and go door-to-door collecting candy, adults can celebrate as well. And NYEA students will get a chance to participate by competing in the the annual NYEA costume party, Friday October 28th. So, start thinking about your costume. For October, we asked our students to tell us about some of the superstitions from their home countries.


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