My friend Jewels has posted numerous times on her LiveJournal about various zombie walks she's been on. According to her, the two best days to do a zombie walk are Halloween and Easter (since it was the day that Jesus rose from the dead and became a zombie).
I thought it was a pretty good idea, so I went out with an OSACS credit card and bought $50 worth of make up from Party City (crap, I know, but it works).
So, we met in the lobby of Westmo at 5:00 and waited for people to show up. And we waited and waited and waited until about 6:00 when we had 9 people. At this point, we got to work.
We discovered that the best zombie make-up was simple. Use a sponge to apply a patchy white base. Then use a sponge to apply sparse green, perhaps bruises. After all is done, apply fake blood by either dripping it on the face (over a trash can so that it doesn't get on the floor or your clothes) or by putting it on your fingertips and making scratch marks.
Ben decided that he had to dress in drag before he could be a zombie.
And Everett was already Jesus
After everyone was made up, we decided to commence the march at around 6:30
When we got onto campus walk, we were greeted by a surprise counterattack:
We found it difficult to contain our laughter. After the robot assault, we regained our composure, and continued our march to the Nest where we filled our tummies.
--Mike Isaacson GALL President