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Surviving The Holidays: A Listicle

By Autumn McGowan Web Content Contributor It’s that time of year when we have no shortage of celebrations, whether it be Christmas, Kwanzaa, Rohatsu, Feast Day of our Lady of Guadalupe, Hanukkah, Solstice or New Year’s. For some, the holidays can be a peaceful and comforting time filled with laughter, family bonding and much-needed relaxation. For others, though, the holidays can be difficult.  Holidays can trigger eating disorders. They can […]

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Men’s Health Awareness Month

By Allison Schroeder Web Content Assistant Manager Amongst the June summer haze, we oftentimes forget what else June pertains, including Father's Day and the fact that June is Men's Health Awareness Month. Men’s health is an important topic that is often forgotten about. As stated by the Crimson White, “For quite some time, society has created this notion that men must not express their emotions. Society has always expected men to possess […]

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Holiday Dessert: the Molten Chocolate Lava Cake

By Tiger ShiWeb Content Contributor  Every holiday meal is obligated to include a dessert. For this season, I would like to introduce this dessert I have been trying to make for a year now: the Molten Lava Cake. This past Thanksgiving, I made it a reality. I first saw how the lava cake was made from this YouTube channel called Joss and Janik. They made it so precise that it […]

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How To Give Back This Holiday Season

By Anna Valdez Web Content Contributor With the holiday season underway, people are finalizing their wish lists and planning holiday get-togethers with loved ones. For many, however, this time of year can be a long and difficult one. In preparation of the coming weeks, it is important to think about how we can give back to others not only during the holidays but throughout the year. Here are three main […]

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Healthy for the Holidays: Intermittent Fasting

By Hannah Alvarado Web Content Contributor Have you ever heard that annoying saying that ‘Summer bodies are made in the winter’? It’s a popular mantra among health and fitness enthusiasts. While they do have a point, not all of us have the willpower to pass up the various decadences and cozy weather induced binging that comes along with this time of year and frankly, not everyone cares to try. On […]

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The Low Budget Guide to Gift Giving

By Hannah Wisterman Blog Content Contributor ‘Tis the season for white elephants, secret Santas, and gift exchanges with aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews—the whole gang. Everyone gets excited at the idea of presents, but what do you do when you’ve got a heart full of love and a wallet full of next to nothing? With the holidays upon us, you could scour the web and the mall for the sweetest […]

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Why Thanksgiving is My Favorite Holiday

By Sami Dugdale Blog Content Contributor Thanksgiving is coming up here in just over a week, which will give us the break that we need and deserve before finals. This is going to be my first Thanksgiving break in college and I can honestly say that I am more excited for it than I have ever been before. When I was a kid, Christmas was obviously my favorite holiday just […]

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Alternate Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day

By Janessa Rutiaga Blog Content Contributor There are two types of people on Valentines Day. The type that love it and go full force into it, or the type that avoid it at all costs. Personally, I feel like I usually fall into the latter category. I don’t hate the day, but I’ve never really celebrated it (not counting elementary school Valentines day parties). It seems like Valentines Day has always […]

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Holidays in a Border Town

By Maria Martinez Blog Content Contributor   Whenever someone asks me where I am from, I always say,"Laredo" without specifying from which side of the border. For me it is just one place, even if these cities are in two different countries. Since the holiday season is here, I want to tell you how we celebrate the most joyful traditions in a place where two different cultures meet. I loved […]

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