Most wanted gift-list

Daniel Williamson, Staff Writer

January 7, 2016

The winter holiday season in the U.S. is typically associated with buying tangible items to show a person’s appreciation. This is apparent with the slew of advertisements for sales and discount days like Black Friday and Cyber...

Cup of cheer: students share traditions

Kathryn Fuller, Assistant Editor

January 7, 2016

Religions and traditions vary throughout the school population, but it doesn’t take away from the excitement of the approaching holiday season. People are counting down the days until they can eat home-cooked meals that only...

Holiday traditions differ across the globe

Barbara Mulser, Staff Writer

December 18, 2014

Not everybody celebrates Christmas. In our diverse world, many religions do not view the birth of Jesus Christ as a holiday. Christmas is for Christians who celebrate Jesus Christ’s birth. For those who do celebrate Christmas,...

‘Twas the Night Before Christmahannukwanzaakuh

Daniel Williamson, Staff Writer

December 16, 2013

White snow coats the dead, green grass.  Hot cocoa gives children chocolate mustaches as they slowly sip it.  Couples cuddle together under the mistletoe.  These clichés are witnessed in countless forms of media throughout...

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