inFocus: This Week at The Beach (10/27-11/2)

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    A PETA2 representative in a chicken costume directs students to the “creepy funshouse” on upper campus Tuesday. Read more here. (Todd Johnson)
  • Bras hang near the College of Business Administration where Sigma Lambda Gamma set up a "decorate your own bra" table on Tuesday to raise awareness for Breast Cancer. (Amatullah Guyot)
  • Tom Pinkava, California Faculty Association field representative, leads a "Break Free" panel discussion at the Multicultural Center on Thursday. (Gloria Keo)
  • Members of the CSULB basketball team pose for their official team photo ahead of their season opener against Hawaii on November 9. (Todd Johnson)
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    Actors scare visitors at the haunted house in the Psychology building on Wednesday. Read more here. (Amatullah Guyot)
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    Senior sociology major Kiona Roberts, left, and art education sophomore Celest Diaz, right, are chased out the haunted house by an actor with a chainsaw at the Psychology building on Wednesday. Read more here. (Todd Johnson)
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    Sophomore social work majors Bianca Ortiz, front, and Yessenia Mayorga, back, examine a coat made of doll appendages in PETA2’s “creepy funhouse” on upper campus Tuesday. Read more here. (Todd Johnson)
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    Choir director Jonathan Talberg, right, leads the Bob Cole Conservatory Chamber Choir at a practice on Tuesday. The choir has been selected as one of eight schools from across the country to perform at the National Collegiate Choral Organization conference over the weekend. Read more here. (Einar Sevilla)
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    Just before sunset on Hallows Eve, masked people dressed as circus performers stood outside the Psychology building, calling out to students and attracting them to the “Cirque du la Scream” haunted house. Read more here. (Todd Johnson)

Todd Johnson, Photo Editor