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Fall holidays

Fall holidays

By Zeinab Rakhshandehroo and Elena Shim December 15, 2023


At Quinlan Community Center, choir teacher Jeff Morton and members of the choir prepare for the upcoming Cupertino Tree Lighting Ceremony. Morton said he hopes students get a chance to sing freely and reconnect with friends during the ceremony.

Singing it up with cheer

By Alan Ma and Naaga Senthil November 6, 2023

As the holiday season begins to roll in, Santa Clara County prepares to light up the night sky with colorful Christmas trees and attractions. Choir students will join fellow community members in performing...

The family-centered themes of holiday movies offer messages for all.

Sweater weather sagas

By Erin Loh January 12, 2023

My taste in movies is more mellow than most people’s. I like action and adventure movies if they have relatable characters and enticing plots, but I would never watch a horror movie. That’s what makes...

Epitaph winter picks

By Lia Klebanov and Keshav Kumar December 19, 2022

DIVERSITY IN RELIGION: All religions in the U.S. deserve equal recognition.

Religious holidays should not be recognized as public holidays

By Zeinab Rakhshandehroo February 4, 2022

As one of the most widely celebrated holidays in the U.S, Christmas is recognized as a public holiday. However, at its roots, Christmas is a Christian holiday, and its status as a public holiday sends...

Celebrating winter holidays around the world

Celebrating winter holidays around the world

By Lia Klebanov January 13, 2021

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Staying sustainable through the holidays

By Amber Birrell December 6, 2020

Choosing sustainable products is important for our environment; here are some sustainable gift ideas for the upcoming holidays. Click this link to find how you can help the enviornment this season!

Japanese teacher Junko Birdsong celebrates both Christmas and Kwanzaa, sharing new and old holiday traditions with her husband, Khalid, and daughter, Amina.

Japanese teacher celebrates multiple holiday traditions

By Miya Liu December 18, 2019

F or Japanese teacher Junko Birdsong, as her homes transformed over the years, so did her holidays. As a child in Osaka, Japan, Birdsong said she would wake up annually to find a small present...

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