May Celebrations

ELENA IRISH In some countries, May is known as the month when the sun comes out, flowers start blooming, and summer begins to seem like more than a fleeting memory. Obviously that isn't always the case here in Corvallis, but there are plenty of other reasons to celebrate during the fifth month of 2018. School... Continue Reading →

April Holidays!

We’re a third of the way through the year! Beyond celebrating April Fool’s Day at the beginning of the month, April festivities are traditionally limited to things like National Poetry Month. Thankfully, it doesn’t have to be that way. See below for a list of non-traditional holidays to celebrate this month.   April 2: Reconciliation... Continue Reading →

Days of March

ELENA IRISH   Unless you're planning on celebrating St. Patrick's Day on the 17th, March isn't exactly the most festive time of the year. And sure, anyone can dress up like a leprechaun for one day out of every 365. But what about baking a mathematically inspired pie? Or making the world a bit greener... Continue Reading →

December Days

ELENA IRISH   With Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas right around the corner, and memories of Halloween and Thanksgiving still fresh, it might seem pointless to even think about any more holidays for the next few months. But occasions like Bake Cookies Day (December 18) and Make Cut Out Snowflake Day (December 27) are available as... Continue Reading →

A Life in a Year

ELENA IRISH For some people, the idea of traveling to another country is a nightmare. For others, it's a dream come true. Hannah Singleton, a senior at Corvallis High School, has belonged to the latter category since the day she got her passport. In the summer of 2016, Singleton got to spend a month in... Continue Reading →

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