OU Union Programming Board to host annual Haunt the Union

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A poster for the Haunt the Union event.

OU community members can visit the Oklahoma Memorial Union this week for a spooky Halloween experience.

OU’s annual Haunt the Union event will take place from 7-10 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday in the union, according to a press release.

The event, which turns the union into a haunted house, is put on by the Union Programming Board, according to the press release. This year the theme is “Rogue Technology.”

“We’ll be using most of the union, and we’re implementing multiple routes throughout the house to add a choose-your-own-adventure aspect to the experience,” said UPB programming director Sally Johnson in the release.

Attendees will have the option to choose from two haunted house experiences: “Android Attack,” which includes a slide, stairs and tight places, or “Cyborg Cemetery,” which is ADA accessible, according to the release.

With the help of the Game Developers Association, the UPB also created an app to interact with the haunted house, according to the release.

People interested in attending can sign up online.

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