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Asking HHS Episode 3: What’s a Thanksgiving tradition your family has?

Madison Held, Special Projects

November 27, 2017

In each episode of ‘Asking HHS’ I walk around putting students and staff on the spot by asking a random question and catching their reaction on film. Since Thanksgiving is right around the corner, I asked, “What’s a Thanksgiving tradition your family has?” Stay tuned for more episodes to come....

Fall Harvest Festivals Around the World

 The dragon lantern pictured above is among one of the more extravagant lanterns. The lanterns are original with different shapes and colors.(jev55/CC BY 2.0)

Katie Jones, Reporter

November 21, 2017

A fall gathering of family and food, but it’s not called Thanksgiving?   As the season changes, countries around the world celebrate fall holidays similar to Thanksgiving in their own unique ways. Though the motivation behind the holidays has a common theme, each has its own traditions. In Liber...

Asking HHS: Episode 2

Madison Held, Reporter

November 20, 2017

In each episode of ‘Asking HHS’ I walk around putting students and staff on the spot by asking a random question and catching their reaction on film. Since Thanksgiving is right around the corner, I asked, “What is your favorite Thanksgiving food?” Stay tuned for more episodes to come. You mig...

Sleepy Science: The real reason you’re tired after holiday meals

This Oct. 14, 2016, photo shows some of the food from a Thanksgiving dinner from Martha & Marley Spoon in New York. For $120, or $180 which would include an 11-15 pound free-range turkey, Martha & Marley Spoon will ship just about everything you need to cook a decadent Thanksgiving dinner for eight to 10 people. (AP Photo/Bree Fowler)

Kieri Karpa, Layout Manager

December 7, 2016

With droopy eyes and a full stomach, you lay down for a nap after feasting on a holiday dinner. This so-called “food coma” has traditionally been blamed on an increase in an amino acid called tryptophan, which is an essential component in the sleep-causing neurotransmitter known as melatonin. This increase i...

Five tips for teens to slay Black Friday

A shopper takes a selfie as crowds pour into the Macy's Herald Square flagship store, Thursday, Nov. 28, 2013, in New York. Instead of waiting for Black Friday, which is typically the year's biggest shopping day, more than a dozen major retailers are opening on Thanksgiving this year. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

Haley Daniels and Lynn Dang

November 30, 2016

Black Friday is usually the best time to get all the deals, but are you getting ripped off? Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, falls on the November 25 this year. All stores claim to offer the best deals, but how do you decide? These five tips will ensure success this Black Friday. ...

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