Four MOVE columnists share their favorite non-traditional holiday films.
The Columbia community took to the streets to run for a cause.
Sometimes we just need to cop-out without copping-out.
Embrace the good, the bad and the ugly.
Even though these movies are cheesy, we promise they’re pretty “Gouda.”
When it’s almost the holidays, break out these must-haves.
After a decade of Christmas music, the Killers are releasing a compilation.
With a little creativity, you can live your Christmas-decorating dreams regardless of the size of your living space.
The goal of decorating the dining halls in the first place is to help students feel a connection with their home while on campus, CDS Marketing Manager Michael Wuest said.
Junior Rachel Green: “To me individually Hanukkah means a time to celebrate (my) religion.”
Warm hands, warm hearts, warm drinks all around.
Your heart will melt alongside the chocolate chips.
Costing less than $10 each, these crafts will satisfy your seasonal spirit.
Ph.D. candidate Aaron Wacker: “After these hard previous weeks, it’s inspiring to see the community here playing beautiful music.”
A tailgating box and holiday-themed boxes will soon be available.
What to get your music-lovin’ buds
Because mistletoe would just be cliche.
What to give the people who gave you life.
What to get your movie-obsessed friends.
They still believe in Santa. Don’t screw it up.