History of March

There’s one holiday March is known for the most: Saint Patrick’s Day. Ah, Saint Patrick’s Day! The holiday to drink, party, and somehow end up in some random alley in Boston with your wallet missing. However, believe it or not, March actually has a lot more to it than every Bostonian’s favorite day. Many interesting […]

March Holidays: Spice up Your Month

March is the equivalent to a desert, for holidays. Beside Saint Patrick’s Day, a made up drinking holiday, there is nothing for highschool students. Tired of dressing up like a leprechaun, try these eccentric holidays! Start off March 1st right, with National Compliment day! This is sure to brighten your spirits about this gloomy month. […]

Places To Find 4-leaf Clovers

Saint Patrick’s Day is a usually associated with good luck, and is often celebrated with different traditions related to having good luck. One of the most iconic symbols of luck is the rare four-leaf clover. They are a symbol of St. Patrick’s Day, as well as good fortune in general. However, the reason they are […]

Stupid Criminals

There are many ways to commit a crime, but people tend to follow a set of steps. Criminal work can, in most cases, be very precise and hard to crack. These crooks, however, had different tricks up their sleeves. When robbing a bank, one would typically make sure to remain secretive until they actually begun […]

Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras, also known as Fat Tuesday, is a festival that takes place annually just before the start of the Christian time of Lent, a time of fasting that begins Ash Wednesday and ends on Easter Sunday. Typically it is widely celebrated in largely Roman-Catholic influenced areas such as Brazil, Venice, and New Orleans. Mardi […]

March Gardening

March seems like a very uneventful month that is not filled with much excitement, yet it is the beginning of the spring equinox, and that means it is time for gardening. This can be a fun and rewarding hobby if done correctly. Make sure to keep your garden small and simple so it is not […]

Earth Day

 Every year on April 22, the world celebrates Earth Day, a day where environmental issues are faced and activities are coordinated to combat them. The movement of Earth Day has been around since 1970, and since then, 193 countries around the globe have joined in to tackle the planet’s most pressing climatic dilemmas.           This Earth […]

March Activities

March is a very uneventful month, with barely any holidays and no vacation, it can put all of the students in a state of ennui. But there are ways to make this month brighter, here are just a few. March is the month of green, so maybe we should decorate the school, maybe make little […]