Drive-in haunt

Each of the scenes of Aggie Hollow were designed by different students in the Techniques in Experiential Design class at USU.

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The Howl is the largest event Utah State University puts on each year with people traveling from all over Utah and neighboring states to attend. This year COVID- 19 has changed how USU is hosting this event.

Instead of one big dance party, the Utah State University Student Association is hosting a series of smaller, distanced events like drive in movies, a scavenger hunt, and even a drive-through haunted house.

The haunted house event, Aggie Hollow, was put on by the school’s student association, however, unlike any other Howl event this month, a university class planned and pitched the event. Ashley Brown is one of the students that helped.

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