So you think you know Christmas

Quiz by: Hannah Cregan & Hana Priscu What Christmas item was traditionally used to keep Catholic school children quiet during Mass? A Garland B Candy Canes C Ribbon What did my true love give to me on the tenth day of Christmas? A Lords-a-leapin’ B Golden rings C Maids-a-milkin What is the natural color of mistletoe berries? A Red B White C Green Why do I want my two front teeth for Christmas? A To pick up babes B For school pictures C To whistle The Grinch is as cuddly as a… A Cactus B Seasick crocodile C Bed of nails Where do all letters addressed to Santa in … Continue reading So you think you know Christmas

Bargain shopping is a four-letter word

By: Hana Priscu ~Feature Editor~ Once upon a Black Friday Eve, my family and I waited outside the Best Buy store in Greenwood, Ind. in the hopes of purchasing new Samsung and Apple products at a fraction of the normal price. While we frowned upon “serious” Black Friday shoppers who frequented multiple stores, our behavior was somehow acceptable because we only waited for one store to open. As we stood in the cold amidst the mobs of other shoppers, we all shared a proud glance around the circle. Thinking that we had prepared more than any other shoppers who would … Continue reading Bargain shopping is a four-letter word

WHEN I WAS A KID

By: Hana Priscu ~Feature Editor~ As the youngest in a family of only two children, I endured endless torment from my older brother. From being clotheslined around corners during his WWE phase to being pelted with soccer balls during his FIFA phase, much of this torment took place in the form of physical brutality. However, there was also the psychological component that was utilized when the teasing became monotonous. One particular example began when I mistakenly broke my brother’s Sega Dreamcast and apparently was in desperate need of being taken down a peg or two. The following day, my brother … Continue reading WHEN I WAS A KID