10 Fun Facts About Thanksgiving

The first Thanksgiving took place in 1621. Every Thanksgiving, the current U.S. president pardons a turkey. Macy’s has put on a parade every Thanksgiving since 1924. Thanksgiving is the biggest travel day of the year. The foods eaten for Thanksgiving dinner haven’t changed much since 1621. Americans eat over 280 million turkeys every Thanksgiving. Cranberries are native to North America. There is an official Thanksgiving … Continue reading 10 Fun Facts About Thanksgiving

College of the Week: Maryville University

Overview:  Maryville University is a private college. The campus is great for students who want to go into the medical field. This college is 100 percent focused on a students’ success. They empower their students to build their own successful career. General Info: 650 Maryville University Dr. St. Louis, MO 63141 Phone #: (314)- 529- 9300 Website: http://www.maryville.edu Cost & Aid Tuition and fees: $28,470 … Continue reading College of the Week: Maryville University

Social Cliques

Is this an  “and” or an  “or” situation? There is almost nothing more stereotypical about an American highschool other than social cliques. There’s the jocks, the nerds, the  “popular” boys/ girls, the floaters, the emo/Goths, the loners. Each group typically stays to themselves, and why is that? Does one think they are better than the other? Is there a deep rooted hate from the ancestor … Continue reading Social Cliques