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Campus Cope: In the post-Valentine’s Day world, the clearance section is...

The only time I’ve loved Valentine's Day was during elementary school. I remember rushing to the stores to buy Valentine’s Day candy and those...

Campus Cope: It’s still possible to embrace the holiday spirit during...

My favorite time of the year has always been the holiday season. I remember the time I spent as a child helping my grandmother...

Students build upon a personal appreciation for Dr. Martin Luther King...

  To honor Martin Luther King Jr., the impactful civil rights activist who is credited for leading a nonviolent approach to gaining rights in the...

How to enjoy the holidays (when you don’t celebrate Christmas)

Not everyone believes in the principles of Christmas and it is no one's place to impose their cultural or religious likeness on you. Those...

R’Perspective: Fireworks, smoke and family

During our New Year’s Eve party in 2014, my father announced that we were going to move from San Francisco to Sacramento in the...

Holidays

R’Perspective: The greatest gift of them all

When I was a kid, between the ages of four and 12 years old, Christmas was my favorite time of year because it was...

A Piece of Me: Christmas

Everyone experiences the world's offerings by meeting new people, seeing new places and learning new things. In "A Piece of Me," a special and...

R’Perspective: Thanksgiving: Expectations vs. reality

Every Thanksgiving special on TV has one staple: The family dinner.  And while TV programs show that family dinners can be awkward due to...

R’Perspective: The reality behind the holiday’s family tensions

For as long as I can remember, my parents have been divorced and this consequently has resulted in separate events for virtually everything. Thanksgiving...