Tag: thanksgiving

Thanks Be to God

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Written and Media by Kristyn Ewing. As I sit in the passenger seat thinking about each house as it passes by, I think about what's...

Recap: Donor Thank You Project

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Written by Whitney Vitt. DM by Stephanie Rodriguez. Many students at GC receive scholarships from the college, but where does this money come from?...

Thanksgiving Leftover Meal

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Holidays have always had a special place in my heart. My family and I love cooking and eating a big traditional Thanksgiving meal. But as my family and I soon learn you can only eat so much turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, and dressing. Boring Thanksgiving leftovers can be transformed into another special meal that your family will love. The recipes below are soon to be new traditions that your family will cook up time and time again.

DIY: Thanksgiving

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Written and Media by: Charley Phillips. The holiday season is just around the corner. It seems as soon as Halloween is over is when the...

Favorite Fall Desserts

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Fall is the season for bonfires, falling leaves, and great comforting desserts. These five fall desserts will not only make you crave more, they will become recipes you pass down to friends and family.

Black Friday

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With Thanksgiving just a few days away, people are probably getting pretty excited – for some time off of work and school, delicious food (and lots of it), football, and an early start on some Christmas gift shopping. Black Friday is just around the corner, coming with the promise of good deals, long check-out lines, huge crowds, and possibly injuries and violence. Spending less money is a good thing, but at what point will we stop and wonder if it is worth the Black Friday chaos?

Thankshopping

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The Features writers are so excited to have the opportunity to work together to tell you all about a classic holiday tradition. Shopping. The good, the bad, and the ugly, we've covered all parts of the holiday we've unofficially named "Thankshopping."

A Note on Holiday Music

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We are living in the time between Halloween and Thanksgiving in which debates rage over the appearance of Christmas spirit. From the early arrival of Christmas decorations in stores to the beginning of Christmas shopping deals, Thanksgiving begins to feel like the forgotten holiday. I would propose, though, that the point of most contention among Christmas crazies and Ebeneezer Scrooges is the time at which listening to Christmas music becomes appropriate. Now there are several schools of thought on when on should begin listening to Christmas music, so in this article we will attempt to gain a better understanding of each.

Skipping Thanksgiving

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Written by Erica Siddle. I have noticed a disturbing trend occurring more each year throughout the month of November: the disappearance of Thanksgiving.  When I...