Christmas Trees are one of the most dominant symbols in celebrating Christmas. Every year over 40 million trees are decorated including the evergreen, originating from ancient Rome. In the ancient times Christmas trees were known as a symbol of life during the harsh winters. Romans in Europe trimmed Evergreen trees in order to plant them… Read More ›
At the tender age of five, young kindergarten students are taught the basic principles of manners and respect. Children learn to share, listen to their elders, keep their hands to themselves, say please and thank you, etc. The goal is to shape young boys and girls as they grow into good natured adults in… Read More ›
Meeting is December 2, 2013 in Mcsweeney Hall. Check Your Email For More Information!!
What Are You Thankful For? Fellow sportswriter, Gerlisa Shipman and I recently went around campus and interviewed an athlete from each sports program asking them what rule they were thankful for in their sport. Here are their responses: “Doubles aren’t allowed on the first contact because then it would be a really short game.” -Kelsey… Read More ›
The Forbidden Tulip It Blows my Mind when Our eyes reach. As you pass by but refuse to speak. This Silent coldness isn’t what We use to be; Until After I broke the ice and Admitted that we would never be… See He’s been here and I’m Loyal to him Your soul is Silky… Read More ›
Christmas traditions stay in our heart forever. One thing that will never change is homemade cookies. Cookies are the perfect gift because they’re not too expensive to make and there could be many ideas to make the cookies creative. What you need for the cookies are: 1. Cookie dough (if you’re not into baking) 2…. Read More ›
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® is the oldest Greek lettered organization established in America by black college women. Founded on the campus of Howard University in the year of 1908, 16 illustrious women formed a sisterhood which is founded to be a “Service to All Mankind.” With hundreds of graduate and undergraduate chapters Alpha Kappa… Read More ›