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Looking forward to 2021

As many people count down the days for the long-awaited new year of 2021, these last few weeks of 2020 will be spent in reflection of the last 12 months. What went well this year? […]

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Churches and cultures observe diverse Christmas celebrations

During the month of December, churches and cultures across the world focus on celebrating the birth of baby Jesus. Even though it is a well-known celebration, every church and culture celebrates it differently.   Dave Ellies, […]

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Finding joy this winter

2020 has been a year of uncertainty, challenges, adjustment, loss and new norms for most people. In the season of advent and coming closer to the end of the year, it can be difficult to […]

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COVID-19 sustains short- and long-term effects

COVID-19 has had a huge effect on the ways people go about their everyday lives. There are short-term and long-term effects of this national pandemic. Noah Weege is a senior environmental science and business major. […]

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University of Northwestern–St. Paul holds a service of lament

by Olivia Hagstrom On Tuesday, November 17, 2020, in Nazareth Hall Great Room, faculty, staff and students from the University of Northwestern–St. Paul gathered to hold a service of lament. It was livestreamed for all […]

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Transitioning from Thanksgiving to Christmas

by Jenny Miyano Fall leaves covered in snow. People bundling up and wearing snow boots. As University of Northwestern–St. Paul students, faculty and staff are pushing through this semester, working on final projects and presentations, […]

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Celebrating the holidays in light of COVID-19

by Emma Baker COVID-19 has a drastic effect on how people celebrate the holidays this season. Celebration is a time to engage in enjoyable social activities. Families are having to be creative and find different […]

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Gift giving is the love language of Christmas

by Molly Larson  On Christmas Day, many people observe gift giving as the top love language. Every year during the holiday season, people spend hours pondering how to get the most unique gift for each person.   […]

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Students focus on being grateful as Thanksgiving approaches

As Thanksgiving approaches, students at the University of Northwestern–St. Paul are learning to appreciate the little things while COVID-19 is still present. Callie Fries, a sophomore public relations major, said, “Breathing fresh air after class […]

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Students demonstrate thankfulness with different cultural traditions

Thanksgiving is a time to fellowship and gather with your loved ones. In America, we celebrate this food-filled holiday on the last Thursday of every November. Thanksgiving Day is an annual holiday in the United States and Canada for celebrating […]

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