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SJS reimagined: New holiday traditions

Amelie Perrier, Siena Zerr, and Clara Brotzen-Smith

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Holiday spirits continue to grow as December goes by, especially after the light snowfall on Dec. 8 that brought hopes for a white Christmas to some people’s minds. While students eagerly await winter break, check out this Photoshopped series in which our design staff added some festive elements to campus.

1. A snowy half-pipe on the Great Lawn for any snowboarding enthusiasts:

2. Garlands, lights and individual stockings hung up on lockers:

3. A three-story Christmas tree brightening up the Oculus:

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