"I’ve seen people go actually blackface. You don’t do that," said Teddy Kuntz, a first-year graduate medical student. "It’s not my thing. I realize a lot of people do it, you know kind of innocently and they’re trying to just be goofy on Halloween... [Students dress offensively] for a laugh, to get attention, and because it’s probably one of the few days during the year when you can get away with something like that."
“It’s kind of a free day," said Michael Del Busto, a first-year graduate medical student. “They just know they can get away with it.”