Georgia Kirkendall It’s obvious that businesses use world-wide celebratory holidays to bump up a ton in their profit, but how far has commercializing gone? It’s definitely grown in recent years, […]
The Dial Newspaper Georgia Kirkendall Earth Day Each year Earth Day is celebrated worldwide with fundraisers and environment efficient activities, but what really is Earth Day all about? Let’s start […]
Black history should be celebrated everyday. During the month of February each year, most history classes barely touch on the subject of African American history. If […]
By: Karina Figueroa The change in seasons is a bittersweet time where we have to say goodbye to our swimsuits and pastel clothes and welcome fall. On the bright side, […]
By Sophia Angele-Kuehn- What is it about Pumpkin Spice that makes everyone love it?
By DJ Williams- It’s a few weeks before Halloween and let me guess.. you don’t have a costume do you? Don’t worry, here are some easy costume ideas that won’t empty your wallet.
By Isabella Baldoni NAIL POLISH: We all know that feeling- when you walk out of the bathroom in the morning with your eye makeup looking like it was done by […]
By Jillian Zaleski– What is Chanukah (or Hanukkah as most people are used to hearing it) Learn more about the Holiday along with some misconceptions that you may have!
Isabella Baldoni It’s that time of year again- when stores are filled with pre-holiday deals, when your fave TV channels are filled with holiday advertisements, when you’re filled with stress […]
By Stirling Dubell Hal·low·een /haləˈwēn/ noun Halloween: the night of October 31, the eve of All Saints’ Day, commonly celebrated by children who dress in costume and collect candy and […]