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Spirit of the season—mall shopping

As another long-awaited holiday season nears, people are readily preparing for the gathering of family, the singing of carols, decorating the tree with garland, lights and popcorn and, of course, storming the nearest malls, department stores and shopping centers searching for the merchandise tags that declare items as “the perfect stocking stuffer” or “a great gift idea.”

Booted by post office

The U.S. Postal Service has some explaining to do. After all, they are about to give the Madonna and Child stamp the boot, claiming it is too religious.

No, Virginia, there is no Santa

It is funny how some of the worst moments in your life can help you understand things later on down the road. With the holiday season now in full swing, I remember two moments which helped me understand the true meaning of Christmas.

Holiday Spirit

Sophomores Jill Montz and Pam Walls display some pre-Christmas spirit by adorning their Christmas tree with ribbons, popcorn and lights.

Holiday Spirits

That good ol' Christmas spirit comes on more slowly than it used to. But it comes, and at the University of La Verne, the Christmas spirit has finally arrived.

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