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Jeanette James, instructional assistant

Jeanette James, instructional assistant

Lauryn Weninger, Student Section Reporter December 7, 2020

"My favorite memory from my childhood (during Thanksgiving) was at my Grandma’s house with my family and Aunts, Uncles and cousins.   After we had eaten our dinner and the kitchen was cleaned up, the...

Olivia Reynolds, sophomore

Olivia Reynolds, sophomore

Jasmine Zhang, Student Section Reporter December 7, 2020

"We have a recipe called Buffalo chicken dip. The recipe consists of a can of chicken, a block of cream cheese, shredded Mexican cheese, ranch dressing and Buffalo hot sauce. It’s really good if you...

Mallorey Cheslock, freshman

Mallorey Cheslock, freshman

Jasmine Zhang, Student Section Reporter December 7, 2020

"Normally we would have my grandparents over for a couple days around thanksgiving and there’s usually an annual hockey tournament, but it got canceled this year, that one of my brothers would be playing...

Anna Pescio, senior

Anna Pescio, senior

Emily Sandy, Student Section Editor December 7, 2020

"My dad said basically, “hey, let’s try this recipe!” We all loved (cranberry salad) so we have made it every year since. We chop up cranberries, let them sit in sugar usually overnight, and then...

Jacob Young, senior

Jacob Young, senior

Emily Sandy, Student Section Editor December 7, 2020

"One thanksgiving tradition in my family is what we call unthanksgiving. Since I have a big family every year we wouldn’t be able to see each other on thanksgiving because everyone was going all different...

Sarah Warf, junior

Sarah Warf, junior

Emily Sandy, Student Section Editor December 7, 2020

"I usually go to my grandma’s house, but I can't this year. We are doing a Zoom thanksgiving. We love going to hockey games on thanksgiving. My aunt is actually the manager of the Fort Wayne Comets,...

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...

As Thanksgiving approaches, students plan Friendsgiving celebration, ponder new trend

As Thanksgiving approaches, students plan Friendsgiving celebration, ponder new trend

Sam Hawkins November 28, 2019

For many people around the country, Thanksgiving is when they gather with their families to share a meal and say thanks for all that they have, in accordance with the feast of the pilgrims and their Native...

Music Playlist: November Thanks [MUSE]

Music Playlist: November Thanks [MUSE]

Grace Xu and Shruthi Ravichandran November 27, 2019

With Thanksgiving tomorrow, here’s a playlist to celebrate friends, family, and yourself. Immerse yourself in the lyrics and join the artists in being happy with the present and looking forward to the...

DIY Wreath: Take a look at this easy decoration to spice up your holiday

DIY Wreath: Take a look at this easy decoration to spice up your holiday

Hannah Gretz November 15, 2019

Materials: 17-inch by 17-inch     circular wreath Fake flower assortment Two 7-inch pieces of wire A wooden letter Hot glue Steps:               1....

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Edward Dong and Josie Cruzan November 15, 2019

     

DIY Place Setting

DIY Place Setting

Hannah Gretz November 1, 2019

Materials: Cloth napkin that measures 16 ¾ inches by 16 ¾ inches 18 inches of twine or rope  Decorative corn cobs Steps: Lay the napkin out on a table. Grab the center of...

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