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 (NC) - Peppermint candy cane could be the official taste of Christmas. For added whimsy, add a sprig of holly and a bow to make this dessert look like a festive wreath. Ingredients:  • 6 egg whites • 1 3/4 cups granulated sugar • 1 tsp white vinegar • 1 tsp cornstarch • 2 cups whipping

By Carmina Pereira Supplies Needed: Four Mason Jars Vinyl lettering to create the word “Noel” Can snow spray Epsom salts Faux Christmas greenery Battery operated string of lights   What to do: Apply lettering on each jar to form the word “Noel” and lightly spray jars with faux

By Belinda Pianezza When Old Saint Nick comes scurrying into the house on Christmas Eve, there is one spot he is looking for. Okay, maybe two… the plate of cookies and the Christmas tree. The Christmas tree is not just the spot where Santa is said

By Belinda Pianezza What colours come to mind when you think about Christmas? More than likely, the first hues you picture are red and green. These two bold colours have long been the shades of the holiday season, but why? Some historians have traced the seasonal colours

By Samantha Forani, Student at McMaster University The holiday season is upon us and with it comes shopping, gifts, and maxed out credit cards. Most students can’t afford to go overboard, so the following is a list of some great tips for shopping on a budget

By Belinda Pianezza We all have those moments when we are at a store and see an expensive item that we really want. We actually want it so much that we would like to buy it on the spot. In truth, it’s a little outside of

By Belinda Pianezza Anyone who watches home improvement television shows has a long list of design ideas for his or her home. It seems that kitchens and bathrooms are always on top of the renovation lists. No room is ever big enough, especially the bathroom. If it

By Belinda Pianezza Until recently, those who suffered from chronic pain, sleeplessness and a host of other symptoms were hard to diagnose. In fact it was believed that anyone complaining of those symptoms were experiencing more mental anguish than physical pain; but that has changed. The