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In 2016, freshman Ava Beckman and her father, David Beckman, collect food from the kitchen counter on Thanksgiving. Beckman said her family normally celebrates Thanksgiving with many family members, but this year, due to the coronavirus, will most likely only celebrate Thanksgiving with immediate family. Beckman said, “I would say just go ahead and make those changes to be safe. It’s better to be safe than sorry. I’d say you would rather have a smaller Thanksgiving celebration and not have anybody get sick, instead of having a big celebration and then half those people have COVID and it’s a very dangerous virus, somebody could be in the hospital, somebody could pass away.”

Students find new ways to celebrate Thanksgiving, Black Friday due to COVID-19

Tsion Daniel November 26, 2020

For senior Logan Tullai, as for many students at this school, Thanksgiving is an annual family tradition. For Tullai, Thanksgiving serves as a time of reflection. “It’s a good time to reflect on...

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Senior Natalie Crispin sets up a clothing display at Francesca’s. Crispin said working on Black Friday was hard because she couldn’t take her time helping customers.

Retail workers share their opinions, experiences on Black Friday

Thea Bertolini November 15, 2019

Many students at CHS participate in Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when stores have hefty sales on many of their products. Although it can be stressful to try and find the best sale, it’s often...

From the Heart: In face of excessive consumerism, students should consider making handmade gifts during holiday season

From the Heart: In face of excessive consumerism, students should consider making handmade gifts during holiday season

December 13, 2018

As a 16-year-old girl, one might assume I spend countless hours on end shopping and going to the mall, as many of my peers do. To be fair, I was once in a similar place to those people, sleeping overnight...

Shopping or Shipping: With holiday shopping season coming up,  students consider pros, cons of online shopping

Shopping or Shipping: With holiday shopping season coming up, students consider pros, cons of online shopping

Kassi Darnell, Anjali Natarajan, and Gray Martens November 16, 2018

Junior Sofia Rashid looks through online stores every day. She likes to browse and put things in her cart but she doesn’t actually buy anything until she has saved up enough money to make a large purchase....

Shop ‘Til You Drop: CHS students discuss the dangers of Black Friday shopping

Kris Otten November 17, 2017

After years of early rising and line waiting just to get our hands on doorbusters marked down to 50 or even 60 percent off, to many, Black Friday has become a holiday even more celebrated than Thanksgiving....

Black Friday is a Friday Thing.

studentsection November 14, 2014

Welcome to Thanksgiving. It’s the holiday where we join with friends and family to eat, give gratitude and buy big-screen TVs. Black Friday has turned into a day that is much bigger than Thanksgiving....

DELIVERY: Junior Charles Binion opens a package he ordered from Amazon. Binion said he is a frequent online shopper and will take full advantage of Cyber Monday. ANNI ZHANG / PHOTO

Cyber Monday: Students consider benefits of online shopping sales this season

News November 16, 2012

As the holiday season approaches, many students are saving their money for Black Friday, which is on Nov. 23. But junior Charles Binion is not one of these students. Instead of saving up for Black...

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