The celebration featured showcases from UMD's different schools, as well as games, prizes, and activities.
Hundreds of students attended the Menorah lighting to celebrate warmth and positivity
The two-day holiday originating from Mexico celebrates the lives of loved ones who have died and serves to honor their memories.
About 50 people were able to attend the event.
The event was held on Saturday, April 3, by the Berwyn District Civic Association.
The fly-in was livestreamed, but those who bought tickets in advance were able to get a picture with Santa in person.
With Thanksgiving this week, some freshmen are adapting their Thanksgiving traditions because of the pandemic.
“It's not just a holiday to be celebrated at a surface level, it's more of a time of reflection."
“Halloween only happens if your whole community is involved.”
The university's Jewish Student Center is helping students hold Seder dinners in College Park.