Some say it’s the thought that counts. Others think quality over quantity. Some just say ‘screw it.’
When it comes to gift-giving, each of us have our chosen method. Some of us shop throughout the year and snag gifts when we see them, stowing them away for the holiday season. Others fly by the seat of their pants (and let’s be honest, our wallets) and wind up giving friends and family an assortment of items found in the $5 clearance section at Target.Read More
When soldiers returning from the Vietnam War stepped off plane stairs and onto American soil, there weren’t throngs of citizens with arms wide open shouting “welcome home!”
Instead, the picture looked like this: angry protesters stood where, normally, smiling faces would have been. They shouted obscenities, called the troops “baby killers” and even spat on them. Some didn’t wear their medals for years for fear of public backlash.
CAB Adviser and Student Activities Coordinator Megan Northrup announced CAB’s leadership training will be held Saturday, Nov. 3, from 1-4 p.m., in the Ballroom. The free event is open to all clubs and students who wish to gain leadership skills.Read More
Double, double, toil and trouble, fire burn and … a sexy witch costume?
Now that we’re in the spooky month, we can expect to see a slew of Halloween decorations filling the shelves and selling out just as quickly. Of these items, adult costumes are at the top, meaning more adults are getting in on the festivities.Read More