As nerves heat up for finals week, students were able to take a study break at the Christmas tree lighting on the Horseshoe Thursday night. The 64th annual Tree Lighting ceremony allowed attendees to engage in holiday festivities on campus.
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Locals in the Columbia area were able to experience an early taste of the holidays on by attending Vista Lights. Vista Lights is hosted by the Vista Guild, an organization in Columbia that oversees the Vista and puts on events in the popular shopping and dining district.
Driving down Rosewood Avenue, you might notice the bright yellow, blue and red mural on the side of Peeble's Wing Shack. The mural, which features a giant rooster, was created by Columbia native Shelby LeBlanc.
This Halloween, business owners of Five Points kept their doors open later than usual to pass out candy to locals. Families went from door to door throughout the area to shop seasonal sales while snacking on candy.