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Many students visit family over Thanksgiving break because the campus closes, but most foreign exchange students said they plan to explore other parts of the U.S.
Uncle Buck doesn’t have a job, but he loves discussing politics and slightly uncomfortable topics the Thanksgiving dinner table.
Mariah Kalka, dance sophomore, shares some of her holiday thoughts and traditions.
As the Christmas season approaches, don’t forget that we still have Thanksgiving.
No one looks forward to discussing their future, romantic life, or political views with nosy relatives. Here are some ideas to make this Thanksgiving bearable.
Willie Butler, weekend campus cook, will host a special Thanksgiving celebration at brunch Nov. 20 in the caf.
Music plays a large part in the holiday season. In their enthusiasm for winter break, many people have already begun listening to Christmas songs and other holiday carols that completely skip over the closest upcoming holiday: Thanksgiving. Some people excuse this offense by pointing out the lack of Thanksgiving songs, so I have provided a…
For college students, Thanksgiving represents a calm before the stress of finals season hits us. It is our chance to catch up on sleep and Netflix before studying for finals and spending long nights in Dulaney-Browne Library. It also is a time of year when we are reminded of the things we are thankful for….
President Robert Henry and his wife, Dr. Jan Henry, will give students who cannot go home for Thanksgiving a place to celebrate with the campus community. Henry is partnering with Sodexo to provide a Thanksgiving meal free of charge to students who are unable to go home because it is too far away. Lunch is…
Thanksgiving Break provides a tantalizing teaser to the joys of home: days full of family, naps, television, and home-cooked meals become the reality. But losing motivation during the final weeks of the semester can have a disastrous effect on grades and participation.
The campus’s four sororities are coming together to give thanks for sisterhood with their annual Festive Feast.
Though turkey and stuffing might remain standard fair for millions of Americans on Thanksgiving Day, a growing number of families are beginning new holiday food traditions. The number of families not indulging in turkey dinners has risen in recent years: last year, 12% of families chose alternative routes for their feasts. This shift can…
The holiday season provides many opportunities for students to give back to their community through service.
OCU Panhellenic is reformatting their annual Festive Feast this year to include Phi Mu, the newest sorority on campus.
The Thanksgiving holiday allows a time for most students to be with their family, enjoy a break from school and a turkey feast.