The Campus Activities Board’s Holiday Extravaganza Nov. 29 spanned three floors of the Campus Center, with each devoted to a different winter holiday.
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In honor of Black History Month, the Black Student Union provided traditional soul food, Afro-Latino, Creole and Caribbean recipes to Bon Appétit, upon their request, to serve in Davenport Dining Hall during February.
Holiday songs about snowmen and magic filled the air and the smell of various cultural finger foods traveled throughout the first floor of the Campus Center Thursday during the Holiday Extravaganza.
The first floor of the Campus Center was transformed into a winter wonderland Dec. 1 at the annual Campus Activities Board Holiday Extravaganza.
The Campus Activities Board hosted a Holiday Extravaganza as its final event of the semester Dec. 3 in the Bonita Building on Bonita Avenue.
As a kid, the winter holidays for me were confusing and delightful at the same time. I lit the candles for eight nights on Hanukkah, and then waited for Santa to bring me presents on Christmas. I could play dreidel with the best of them, but still knew every word to “Silent Night.”
Books about Hanukkah, such as children’s books and cookbooks, children’s toys and jewelry were just some of the items on sale at Temple Beth Israel’s ninth annual Hanukkah bazaar on Nov. 20.
Scents of holly and pine permeate the air, signifying that it is once again the season of giving. Be it Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanza, there are only a few crucial weeks left for holiday shopping.
Deck the malls with lots of shoppers. Fa la-la-la-la, la la la la.