Posts Tagged ‘Holidays’

  • harlee. september

    Editor appreciates the intangible aspects of holidays

    Nov 14, 17 • 88 Views • Harlee Boehm, OpinionNo Comments

    by We are finally getting into the holiday season! Although the next few weeks will most likely be stressful and caffeine-filled with the weight of finals looming in the very near future, we have finally made it to the final stretch. Since no one really wants...

  • Knight offers some pre-holiday advice

    Nov 14, 17 • 245 Views • Knight Vision, OpinionNo Comments

    by As you all know, Thanksgiving is close to shore, if you will, meaning that it’s next week. If you didn’t catch the Mayflower reference, I don’t put you at fault because it was a stretch; however, back to the point of this article. As the upcoming...

  • Be Grateful

    Nov 7, 17 • 344 Views • Knight Vision, OpinionNo Comments

    by We hope everyone had a productive Advising Day. You’re probably all looking forward to the next break — Thanksgiving. Most of us are dreaming of succulent turkey and kayaking in a river of gravy down a mountain of mashed potatoes right into a comfy bed...

  • olivia-the-pig

    Always hard to adjust living conditions after being home

    Nov 29, 16 • 764 Views • Olivia Burger, OpinionNo Comments

    by My love/hate relationship with college has never been stronger. Don’t get me wrong; Gannon is great and I wouldn’t want to be at any other university, but going home for Thanksgiving is the biggest tease and makes me hate going back to school. Going...

  • Holidays shouldn’t offend; don’t get so defensive

    Dec 10, 14 • 2176 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by With the holidays coming up, joy and merriment fill the air. But often times, we also see people getting irritated for silly reasons. One of the most common complaints I’ve heard around the end of the year is about posters that say Happy Holidays instead...

  • Editor wonders if there is still holiday cheer

    Dec 10, 14 • 1085 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by The best part of December is the holiday cheer. But has it lost its meaning over the years? I feel like it has. When I think about Christmas it involves a picture of slow-falling snow, houses lit by colorful lights, cocoa, movies that bring the holiday...

  • Black Friday tarnishes holiday season

    Dec 3, 14 • 1091 Views • OpinionNo Comments

    by Thanksgiving marks the beginning of my favorite time of the year. Families come together and appreciate all that we have been given, and these positive vibes lead all the way up until Christmas celebrations and New Year’s festivities. It’s during this...

  • Don’t jump into Christmas too soon

    Nov 5, 14 • 934 Views • Knight VisionNo Comments

    by Less than a week after Halloween and stores have already started playing Christmas music, putting up trees and having Christmas sales. The holiday season can be an exciting time of year, with Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas, but often times people...

  • Holidays arrive at Starbucks

    Nov 20, 13 • 2290 Views • Arts & LeisureNo Comments

    by Espresso, steamed milk, mocha sauce and peppermint-flavor syrup come together in a delicious hot beverage. Top it all off with sweetened whipped cream and dark chocolate swirls, pour it in a red Christmas cup and the picture paints itself. On a cold,...