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University of Texas: No cowboy or Indian costumes

A bucket of Halloween candy.

A bucket of Halloween candy.  (iStock)

Students at the University of Texas in Austin have been advised not to wear cowboy boots or cowboy hats on Halloween.

Telling a Texan not to wear cowboy boots is like telling Colonel Sanders not to fry chicken.

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Fraternities and sororities were instructed to avoid Halloween party costumes and themes that might “appropriate another culture or experience,” according to The College Fix.

Students were issued a 29-point checklist to ensure they avoid any controversial or offensive trick or treat regalia.

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