A short history of Valentine’s Day greeting cards

Ephemeral stationery remains a lasting tradition

Each year February 14th marks the day that Saint Valentine, a third century Roman priest, was martyred in the year 273.

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Activism’s healing role during tumultuous times

Advocating for issues is good for health, in addition to shaping public agenda

Four days have passed since Donald Trump officially became President-elect and it appears that the majority of the public is shifting from the first stage of free-falling denial and isolation and beginning to cross the bridge to the next stage of grief: anger.

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