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Monthly Archives: January 2015

Carnations the Flower of January and Phi Mu

Did you know that carnations are both the flower of January and Phi Mu Fraternity? As both a Capricorn and a Phi Mu member, I feel very strongly about both. The two have a variety of similar characteristics, making it extremely exciting that I call myself a Phi Mu, a Capricorn, and I have the

January is Blood Donor Month

Will You Be Saving A Life And Donating In January?  January is Blood Donor Month, which means it is time for us to help change lives. There are a wide range of diseases and crises that call for the need for immediate blood. As a blood donor, we have the ability to transform an individual’s

College Football Playoff National Championship

Who Are You Rooting For?  As one of America’s favorite pastimes, football brings friends, families, neighbors, and adversaries together to root for their favorite teams. When it comes to college football, the bowl games are undoubtedly the most thrilling as everyone gathers while enjoying spinach artichoke dip, chips, and guacamole and cold ones. Cowboys Stadium

Birth Defects Prevention Month

“Making Healthy Choices to Prevent Birth Defects – Make a PACT for Prevention.” January is recognized as Birth Defects Prevention Month. The 2015 theme for this promotional month is “Making Healthy Choices to Prevent Birth Defects – Make a PACT for Prevention.” Far too many individuals fail to realize that health and wellness can actually

Capricorn Astrology December 22 – January 19

Happy Birthday Maria Sanchez!  Happy Birthday to me! One of the greatest things about astrology is that each individual gets to call a zodiac sign their own and determine how closely the description relates to their own lifestyle. Birth dates that fall in between December 22nd and January 19th are classified as Capricorns. As a Capricorn myself,

Why We Make New Year’s Resolutions

Will You Accomplish Your New Year’s Resolutions in 2015?  Happy New Year! As we set forth to accomplish our goals and resolutions, it is important to think about why we make New Year’s Resolutions in the first place. Traditions are an important part of society, but how did this tradition really come to be? Each