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- Some historians believe that April Fools’ Day began in France, and was connected to Pope Gregory XIII’s adoption of the Gregorian cale..
- The first St. Patrick’s Day celebration in the United States was held in Boston 1737
- Shamrocks are the national flower/emblem of Ir..
This year has looked different for connecting with our Columbia College community. Fortunately, the Student Organization Council (SOC) is ..
Valentine’s Day has always been one of my favorite holidays! What’s better than a holiday filled with chocolate and all things pink? (And ..
We all associate January 1st with being the New Year, but in other cultures, the new year happens at separate times and in some cases, it ..
What’s up with this crazy holiday? We have some fun facts to fill you in on Phil.
- The groundhog wakes up from hibernation on Februar..
Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is celebrated this week! While Halloween is celebrated the day before, Día de los Muertos is compl..
Happy Columbia Weekend! This weekend is full of events and one you don’t want to miss is the Student Programming Board’s fourth annual Dra..
This upcoming Monday, October 12th, is Indigenous Peoples’ Day, which falls annually on the second Monday in October! Why Indigenous Peopl..
Denim Day is an international day of awareness-raising and activism with the message that there is nothing anyone could ever do to deserve..