Why did gift guide focus only on Christmas?

Amazing how the “holiday gifts” section of yesterday’s paper had Santa Claus, holly, Christmas trees and elves, which are all signs of the Christian holiday of Christmas, but no sign of Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa.

Though I myself am Pastafarian and observe my holy days in early fall, I am frustrated to only see one religion represented in this “holiday” section. So does “holiday” = “Christmas”? Why are other “holidays” not represented in the photos that decorated the paper?

Are they not acknowledged, because those who celebrate them are in the minority? Given, the University is highly Christian, but the section was about “holiday gifts” not “Christmas gifts.”

Jenn Dietsch is a senior majoring in Psychology.