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The Twelve Days After Christmas!

The Twelve Days After Christmas!

Christina McLaughlin, Writer
January 20 • 327 views
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Radio Stations have lost their cheery tones, Christmas lights are coming down, and decorations packed neatly in their boxes. Yes, the holidays have come and gone and now we are back to school. We now encounter the dreaded after-holidays blues. We may still have snow on the ground and new gifts to use... Read more »

How to Survive Finals

How to Survive Finals

Bridget Kane, Writer
January 20 • 257 views
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Let’s face it, finals suck. Whether it be for high school or college, we all have to take those super long and annoying tests at the end of the semester for each class. We can’t escape them and our teachers will not show us mercy, so how can you survive those last couple of days of studying before... Read more »

The Pros and Cons of Greek Life

The Pros and Cons of Greek Life

Sydney Cummings, Writer
January 12 • 292 views
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In college, students have the opportunity to undergo experiences for the first time and to engage in groups and communities that were not available to them in high school. One of these communities and experiences is Greek Life. Fraternities—for men—and Sororities—for women—are a major part of... Read more »

A Throwback to 90’s Snacks

A Throwback to 90’s Snacks

Paige McCloskey, Writer
January 10 • 558 views
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The 90’s were ten years where some of the most popular movies, TV shows, clothes, and more were released. It was the years of plaid-wearing fashion being the “it” thing. But who remembers all of the crazy foods that were popular in the 90’s? This was certainly years of experimenting when it came... Read more »

New Year’s Traditions

New Year’s Traditions

Kelly Garcia, Writer
January 10 • 250 views
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“New Years” is a holiday that is celebrated around the world. Since each country has their own customs and traditions, different countries celebrate the New Year in different ways. In England, they believe that the New Year will bring fortune to their lives when certain traditions occur. The first... Read more »

It’s Finally Finals

It’s Finally Finals

Ashlyn Cooper, Writer
January 10 • 243 views
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Get ready Lancers, it’s that time of year again and finals are right around the corner. Every year, we come back from Christmas break and are hit with the realization that we are only two weeks away from exams. Yikes. As a senior, I don’t have to take finals this year, but since I feel so bad for... Read more »

Cost of the 12 Days of Christmas IRL

Cost of the 12 Days of Christmas IRL

Ashlyn Cooper, Writer
January 8 • 221 views
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Every Christmas season, we hear the famous “12 Days of Christmas” carol and find ourselves asking the same questions. “Who in their right mind would gift all that? Why is this girl actually happy about it? And, how much does all of this stuff cost?” While we may never know why anyone would actually... Read more »

Christmas Cookies: A Holiday Tradition

Christmas Cookies: A Holiday Tradition

Paul Coburn, Writer
January 8 • 222 views
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When the holiday season comes around each year, millions of people search through their recipe books or online to find cookie recipes that they want to bake. Over the years, certain recipes have gained more popularity than others. These common cookies include gingerbread men, thumbprint cookies, sugar... Read more »

The History of Secret Santa

The History of Secret Santa

Sydney Cummings, Writer
January 8 • 181 views
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‘Tis the season of shining lights and holiday sing-a-longs, the season of giving and love. There are thousands of Christmas traditions celebrated by families in different ways. Yet, the tradition of giving gifts seems to be universal. People give a gift to a significant other to show love, or to a... Read more »

Black Friday Takes a Dark Turn

Black Friday Takes a Dark Turn

Paige McCloskey, Writer
December 8 • 168 views
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Thanksgiving is a time for family and friends. Stuffing, mashed potatoes, and turkey surround the table as family members say what they are thankful for. But what happens the next day is not anything to be thankful for. Black Friday is one of the most anticipated “holidays” of the year, with items... Read more »

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