The Heights editors compile their choices for the Christmas movie that best encapsulates this magical time of the year. As you snuggle close to the fire, hot cocoa in hand with a fresh slice of fruitcake waiting for you in the kitchen, pull up Netflix, pop in a DVD or VHS and enjoy the best…
“When you return home for Christmas break, if your family has traditions, enjoy them and continue them. If they don’t, I strongly encourage you to start your own, as it is comforting to have these constants in your life.”
The party is dying. The hour is late, and the fridge is empty.
It’s Christmas time again, and what better way to get in the holiday spirit than ‘A Christmas Festival’ with the Boston College Bands
Witness the wrath of the thumbs.
There needs to be a distinction between Christmas as a commercial holiday and Christmas as a religious holiday. The religious holiday should be celebrated by Christians at Mass and in their homes, but by no means on the side of a Starbucks cup.
Classes are coming to a close and the strangling terror of academic failure is creeping into every aspect of our lives. But there’s also some good stuff going on too!
A Midwestern perspective on dreaming of a white Christmas
Thumbs Up O’Neill Plaza Christmas Tree – As you walk across campus during these last two weeks, head held low, tears dripping down your shame-flushed cheeks, knowing you still have three final papers, five tests and two group projects to deal with, it’s nice to see this occasional reminder that Winter Break is just around…
I felt it only prudent to conclude my features editor, column-writing journey the way I began it: with talk of Christmas tidings and the eagerness that surrounds them.