Go Artificial: Save Memories and the Environment

First things first, my tree lights up and spins when you plug it in. Can your real tree do that? Since 2008, the National Christmas Tree Association has done an annual survey on how many households use fake vs. real trees. Not surprisingly, each year, fake trees have won with ease. In fact, the latest … Continue reading

Día de Los Muertos Artwork

The Day of the Dead, a holiday celebrated in central and southern Mexico on November 1 and 2, honors the deceased. They believe that at midnight on October 31, the gates of heaven are opened, and the spirits of deceased children can reunite with their families for 24 hours. The Day of the Dead is … Continue reading

Borneman Begins

Andrew Borneman is a new member of the English Department here at Western Reserve Academy. He grew up in Cincinnati, OH where he attended high school with Member of Mathematics Department Katie Bonomo. At WRA, Borneman will be teaching three sections of junior American English and a senior English elective post-colonial literature. After nine years … Continue reading