Angelica Rovinski, Arcadia University
Although winter weather promises sledding and hot chocolate for kids, it can simultaneously bring a lot of worries to adults.
Becky Hardin, University of Arizona Global Campus
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Noir Galvin, Arcadia University
Holiday scents shouldn’t be centered around only one holiday.
Daniela Saffran, Rollins College
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Kayla Carson, Simon Fraser University
It’s a little risky and not talked about too much, but it’s absolutely necessary for those in snowy climates.
Cameron Rapata, Columbia College Chicago
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Kayla Lichtman, Middlebury College
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Carli Scalf, Ball State University
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