Hello and merry Christmas! This issue is all about Christmas and other winter holidays.
Our feature is on how some of WWU’s Hispanic students celebrate Christmas. Other articles in this issue include a discussion on consumerism and Christmas, tips for setting SMART New Year’s goals, interviews with students about how they find God during Christmas, and a humor column on what your Spotify wrapped says about you.
Additionally, to close out Native American Heritage month we have an article on Kole GreyEyes's relationship with his Native American identity.
One of my favorite movies is the Christmas comedy “Elf.” I’ve watched it so many times that I mostly memorized the movie. Below are some relatable quotes from “Elf” to help get you through the next two weeks as we all both look forward to Christmas break and struggle through our final papers, projects, and exams.
For when your professor says the assignment will take five minutes but it takes three hours:
For when you need an Adventist-approved expression to vent frustration:
For when you bond with someone about something totally weird:
For when every club, class, and department is giving you Christmas goodies:
For when the Atlas is the only thing keeping you awake:
For when you feel like your schedule is packed:
And remember, no matter how stressed you are about school, you’re not a cotton-headed ninny muggins.