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Celebrating Love
In times past, bay leaves were placed under pillows (at each corner and the center) to help women dream of their future husbands in England, where Valentine buns are also baked and love poems are penned. Others around the globe celebrate love with carved wooden spoons, intricately adorned melons, and wearing hearts on their sleeves (literally). Here is a sampling of ways love is celebrated in other cultures.Read More >









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Leaping Lizards of New Orleans


Decoding Alchemy: Freshman Seminar Offers Recipe for New Perspectives


Celebrating Love


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India's Manual Scavengers Rise Up Against Caste Discrimination


Chinese Agriculture Goes Global


















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