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Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Truth Behind the Turkey

by Liam Bradley Turkeys. Everyone loves to eat them for Thanksgiving; they simply make the holiday what it is. Well, that and stuffing… it just wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without a turkey, but, what really happens behind the scenes? You all obviously don’t think plucked turkeys

Typhoon Haiyan

by Morgan Pfau A typhoon recently swept through the Philippines, taking houses, cars, and lives in its mighty grip. The aftermath of this devastating storm is mind-boggling, as it tore the country apart. The winds reached an astonishing 175 mph and there was also a

The History and Customs of Thanksgiving

by Amanda Attiya and Kimberly Brown Thanksgiving has been a tradition celebrated by many countries for many years, when people observe the fall harvest. The traditional American stories are believed to have originated from a harvest celebration in Massachusetts Plymouth, 1621. A group of pilgrims

Holiday Hunger

by Sarah Lucey With the holidays fast approaching, what better way to celebrate than with delicious food?  Here are some favorite recipes of mine that always hit the spot when the holiday season comes around…   Banana Bread Ingredients: 1 cup sugar 1 stick of

Happy Thanksgivukkah!

by Brad Altman As you go to look at your November calendar this year prepare to feast your eyes on history! That’s right, this year the Jewish celebration of Hanukah will fall the day before Thanksgiving. Well… What exactly is Hanukah anyway? Why does its