January 17, 2021

Katie Beth Fly

History of Día de los Muertos Graphic by Hannah London in Canva
Holidays

History of Día de los Muertos

Believing the dead to be insulted by mourning, those who celebrate the Day of the Dead instead treat death as a natural part of life. Skulls, known as calacas and calaveras appear in sweets, masks and dolls as the lives of those who have passed are celebrated. Día de los…

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History of Halloween Graphic by Hannah London on Canva
Holidays

History of Halloween

Originally known as Samhain, Halloween began as an ancient Celtic festival in modern-day Great Britain, Ireland and northern France. It was observed on Nov 1 as a New Year’s celebration, signalling the end of summer and the beginning of winter. It was believed that the day before, on Oct 31,…

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Masks: tips and tricks Graphic by Hannah London on Canva
Campus Life, Health, Uncategorized

Masks: tips and tricks

Masks have now become a part of our everyday lives, and just like with many other everyday things, there are ways to make it simple. Here are 10 simple life hacks that can help you get through some common annoyances of mask-wearing. Criss-Cross Applesauce: For those with smaller faces, you…

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Faculty’s take on the switch to online classes Photos taken by Haley Lingenfelter, Graphic designed by Hannah London on Canva
Campus Life

Faculty’s take on the switch to online classes

Professors at CBC say they are handling the switch from traditional to online classes well, amidst the spread of COVID-19. Traci Caldwell, assistant professor of literature and language arts, has been following the events around the world regarding COVID-19, and she said she was happy to hear that the college…

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