Merry Christmas! : Covid Edition- By Paige Trunzo

Even though Christmas might be different this year, that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate normal traditions – even if it has to be distanced or virtual this year! You can enjoy your Christmas while staying safe.  In the United States, Christmas is a large part of our society. But, with this deadly pandemic going on,Continue reading “Merry Christmas! : Covid Edition- By Paige Trunzo”

Thanksgiving: The Suppressed Speech of Wamsutta James- By Lily Rabbitt

As many are aware, the famous First Thanksgiving, the celebration that would lead to generations of family gatherings and feasts, took place in 1621 in Plymouth, Massachusetts and was held by the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Native Americans of the region.  So, in 1970, descendants of the Pilgrims wanted to have an anniversary celebration forContinue reading “Thanksgiving: The Suppressed Speech of Wamsutta James- By Lily Rabbitt”

Trick-or-Treating During a Pandemic- By Dominic Cropelli

As Halloween draws near, concerns of Covid-19 have caused the Center for Disease and Control (CDC) to give general guidelines on what to do for this upcoming holiday, and companies are taking active strides to help lessen the impact of the virus. Certain towns are also taking precautions when it comes to trick-or-treating. First, theContinue reading “Trick-or-Treating During a Pandemic- By Dominic Cropelli”