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O TCC Christmas tree, O TCC Christmas tree

The+TR+Christmas+tree+is+located+in+the+TRTR+building.+The+Christmas+tree+tradition+was+started+by+pagans+who+would+use+the+evergreen+branches+to+ward+off+spirits%2C+witches%2C+ghosts%2C+evil+and+illness+during+the+time+of+the+Winter+Solstice.+The+modern-day+Christmas+tree+tradition+was+started+by+German+Christians+in+the+16th+century.+%0A%0AKaylee+Jensen%2FThe+Collegian
The TR Christmas tree is located in the TRTR building. The Christmas tree tradition was started by pagans who would use the evergreen branches to ward off spirits, witches, ghosts, evil and illness during the time of the Winter Solstice. The modern-day Christmas tree tradition was started by German Christians in the 16th century. Kaylee Jensen/The Collegian
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