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People with Holiday Birthdays shouldn’t be forgotten. Here’s how to celebrate them

CHRISTMAS BLUES. Around the world, people are getting their birthdays mixed up with holidays, and every year, people feel they are getting forgotten and are becoming just a trivial part of the holiday season. Here we see a poor soul who happens to share a birthday with Christmas.(Above) Ho ho no indeed! Article and photo by Ben Sorkin Holidays. They’re annual, they’re days and depending on the circumstances, can be very fun! But what happens when these two holidays overlap? As you know, humans are born, specifically, on

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New Year’s Resolutions 2021

By: Giovi Andreassi With the arrival of January 1st comes the sudden motivation for self-improvement, whether that means constructing a new workout regimen, eating healthier foods, or breaking old habits.

New Year’s Resolutions, while inspiring, are notorious for their brevity in one’s year. After a few months, or even just weeks, this excitement for change (often) dulls. So, why exactly do many people fail to stick with their resolutions for the new year, and how can you stick with your own? To begin, many

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2021 New Year’s Resolutions

Article By: Shai Fichtelberg With 2021 just around the corner, there is one thing on everyone’s minds...New Year’s resolutions. With 2020 being such a difficult year, I know I have been thinking of ways to better myself and the lives of others in 2021. I want to work on being more focused and procrastinating less, which is something many students can relate to. One thing that is important to note is that you must try to stick to your resolution. Write it somewhere, tell someone about it, really think of how you can make a

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