Tuesday Trivia-October 30, 2012

It’s that s-p-o-o-k-y time of year again… but don’t be afraid, this week’s trivia question can’t harm you:

Why are the colors orange and black associated with Halloween?

Claim your chance to win by leaving the correct answer in the comments section below anytime today between 7am – 6pm. And don’t be afraid to play, even if someone has already posted the right answer! One winner will be randomly selected from ALL correct answers after the close of business and announced the following day.  The winner will be posted on our Facebook page and notified by email.  Please note that you must have a valid email address listed in your comment or WordPress profile to win.


How much do YOU know about Marquette University and the College of Education? Test your knowledge every Tuesday during Tuesday Trivia!

1 Response to “Tuesday Trivia-October 30, 2012”

  1. 1 Jaime Hanneman October 30, 2012 at 1:26 pm

    Orange represent the color of pumpkins, leaves, and the end of the harvest. Black represents death and the start of winter.


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