EliseMoulton Kwanzaa is an annual celebration of African American history and coming together as a community as brothers and sisters. Kwanzaa became a cultural tradition after the Watts Riots in Los Angeles, California in 1965. Dr. Maulana Karenga, a professor of Black Studies at California State University, created Kwanzaa after witnessing the disheartening violence in… Read More Sophomore family comes together to celebrate Kwanzaa
AshleyJohanek Since 1967, students in the Omaha area have come together to raise money and necessities to support and provide for families in need. The Omaha parochial high schools gather each year and prepare for the holiday season. “You get so much satisfaction and joy knowing that you’re directly helping those in need in your… Read More Operation Others represents holiday season, shares with families in need
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Opinion by MaggiePeklo In fourth grade I had a crisis: my classmates told me Santa Claus didn’t exist and that my parents put presents under the Christmas tree. As a 10-year-old deeply passionate about Christmas and making sure everyone had a gift, I was crushed. I came home crying, and my mom reassured me that… Read More Stop telling me Santa isn’t real
By Jenna Cusick A brown cardboard shoe box wrapped in red and green paper. It may not sound like much, but this sight is enough to bring giant smiles to the faces of more than 150 million children across the world every Christmas season, many of whom who have never received presents before. Filled with toy… Read More Shoeboxes send holiday cheer around the world