CSUN’s Acasola hosts “Lost Sols” Halloween party

CSUN's Acasola hosts

Christina Cocca

CSUN’s first coed a cappella group, Acasola, had its fifth annual Halloween concert Saturday.

The Lost Sols concert took place at The Acasola House and featured performances by Acasola, as well as USC’s Overflow.

The performers kept the show festive by dressing in coordinated costumes. Acasola members dressed as superheroes, while Overflow members wore Hogwarts uniforms from the “Harry Potter” series.

“It’s exciting to establish a new connection with another group,” said Acasola member Samantha Johnson, 19-year-old film major.

Acasola performed a Halloween-themed set for students, friends and family members.

The line-up included “Walking With a Ghost” by Tegan and Sara, “Zombie” by the Cranberries, and a group favorite, “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” by the Backstreet Boys. The group gave “Everybody” an Acasola twist, with the lyrics, “Acasola’s back, all right!”

Overflow’s Hannah Nachef, a sophomore journalism major at USC, said she thought the concert was amazing and loved Acasola’s sound.

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