Every year on Dec. 25, people come together to celebrate Christmas.
For many students, Christmas is the one day of the year where they come together with their family to exchange gifts and celebrate the birth of Christ.
Even though Christmas is the time to receive gifts, it's also good to give to the less fortunate people who don't have a family to spend Christmas with.
Freshman Ahmaya Hudson said, “I celebrate Christmas by spending time with my family, having dinner and receiving and exchanging gifts.”
Freshman Regi’anna Blair said, “Giving is more important to me because the more you give, the more you receive. Giving is more special because some other people are not able to have things.”