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Celebrating Chinese new year with dumplings

As Valentine’s Day rolled on by, Feb. 19 dawned upon us: Chinese New Year. With the incoming year of the sheep, Asian markets and houses were aflood with oranges, red packets and upside-down “fortune” posters. But New Year traditions aside, the true highlight of the

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Valentine’s Day Cake Pops DIY

Valentine’s Day has passed but there’s still time to celebrate the month of love with DIY cake pops! Although the process is somewhat time-consuming, cake pops are relatively simple to make and are perfect to show your love and appreciation for your friends and family! INGREDIENTS:

New Semester, New Routines

If you were to go through my phone, you would find that the majority of my texts are “WAKE UP NOW!” messages from my mother, timestamped 7:40 a.m. Here are some tips for those of us who need all the help we can get in

HALO sheds light on autism

Northwood’s HALO Dance for Autism Club may be one of the newer clubs at the school, but it has already made significant strides towards becoming a well-established student organization. Founded in the fall of 2013, HALO originally sprung from a few girls’ passion for dance

Twizzle, twizzle, little star

They move across the theatre in a flurry of brilliant costumes and effortless grace, spinning from one prop to another in a well-coordinated sequence of a musical odyssey. All 21 members, synchronized in their choreography, help an unforgettable story unfold on the ice. Leading them