Valentine’s Day is annual celebration day around the world for people to show their love, affection, appreciation and friendship. Look out for tons of Valentine hearts, Cupid with his arrow, roses, red and pink cards, and chocolates. Lots of chocolates. The origin of Valentine’s Day is not 100  percent clear. Many countries celebrate their own style of…

New York City is known for many things: Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, holiday displays at Macy’s and Saks Fifth Avenue, cheesecake and Times Square. NYC tops the list as the “most populous city” in  the United States with 8.5 million people residing in its city limits of 305 square miles.  The metropolitan region is big,…

As an international student studying the U.S. for the first time, you may be confused about all the hype surrounding the Thanksgiving Holiday break at the end of November. To catch you up to speed, Thanksgiving is a national holiday unique to the United States and is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. Other…