CSU-Pueblo clubs to host a haunted house

Fright Night at CSU-Pueblo flyer courtesy of Medical Science Society Club
Fright Night at CSU-Pueblo flyer courtesy of Medical Science Society Club

Colorado State University’s Medical Science Society and Pre-Veterinary Club will be hosting their annual haunted house that will be held on Oct. 23 from 8 p.m.-12 a.m. and Oct. 24 from 7 p.m.- 12a.m. The haunted house will be hospital themed.

President of the Medical Science Society Club, Jorge Medina, said that pre-sale tickets are $6 and will be available in Room 210 or 239 in the Life Science Building. Tickets at the door are $8 and door tickets included with a student ID are $7.

“The main name of the haunted house is Fright Night at CSU-Pueblo,” Medina said.

Medina said that the clubs have been working on ideas since school started but set-up for the haunted house will not start until the day of the event due to classes.

Regarding to the process of the haunted house, Medina said that, “It’s going good, just keeping us super busy between trying to make sure we have everything for the best scariest set-up and between trying to advertise our Haunted House.”

Medina said that the Medical Science Society has been consistent with the haunted house, going back as far as 2007.

“MedSci has helped to put it together but every year, we have different clubs that want to collaborate,” he said.

Some of those clubs include the Biology, Chemistry and Pre-Vet Club.

“We are looking for volunteers; actors, make-up artists, set-up crew, etc. We hope to see everyone out here that weekend and get their scare on,” Medina adds.

Senior Jasmine Mathew said that she thinks the haunted house would be a good attraction.

“What I like best is that they have good themes, good price, and it’s on campus. What I don’t like about it is that the line can get really long and last year it didn’t seem to be manage well, so I didn’t go,” Mathews said regarding to past experiences at the haunted house.

For more information on tickets, or to sign up to volunteer contact Medina at or visit the Life Science Building in Room 210 or 239.