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Each holiday brings a new something to be grateful for. Each day brings a new experience. Over the week of Thanksgiving I had the opportunity to go to Disney World — also known as the most magical place on Earth. This is undeniably true. I got sick my last day there, but this couldn’t muddle the fact that I was in the creation of a dreamer such as myself, Mr. Walt Disney. He wasn’t even alive to see the opening of Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. However, he had a team of people who had faith in him and believed in his dream. Because of this, Disney World is still a raving success.
At times, life can be very stressful. Sometimes, there is no clear idea of what to do in periods of stress. This is one of the main topics that college students struggle with.
With the fall season comes a washing of orange and black. It also comes with skeletons and spooky ghosts — the darker side of people’s imaginations. Fall brings in cooler temperatures and the start of HALLOWTHANKSMAS. While some kick off the holiday season with trick-or-treating on Halloween, there are some who start off by celebrating a different holiday.
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The smell of freshly popped popcorn fills the air. The sound of the voices— partially muffled by the pane of glass in front of them— surround everything. The area is abuzz with excited chatter from people waiting in line to gain their admission and those who already have. While this scene may seem like it is straight out of a movie, it is actually the opposite — it’s the theater during the summer movie season, when kids are out of school, and big-budget movies hit the screens.
“I had literally walked out of my dorm room, gone down into my car and left. The next thing I knew, I was at a truck stop in Louisiana with no money, no gas, I was lost,” said Janie Jones, a student at Mississippi University for Women
This edition’s Cuisine with Casanda features a refreshing salad that is light on your pocket. This salad is perfect for any season and can be served as a light snack or appetizer. Here is a list of ingredients and the procedure to help bring some leafy-green fun to your day.
The very first edition of Cuisines with Casanda is a recipe for a famous China dish, pork tenderloin with green onions. Here is a list of ingredients and the procedure that will assist you in bringing this dish to life.