By Indira Midha Thanksgiving is a very American holiday. It’s all about American family values and American food. But what do you do when your family isn’t American? What do you eat when you have a vegetarian family member who doesn’t eat turkey and gravy? Being the first generation of my family born … More Thanksgiving Family Traditions
By Christen McGlynn Thanksgiving is a great holiday that brings family and friends—or a whole lot of awkward–together. You have finally found your perfect person at the University, but now they want you to meet their family. First time encounters can be a little difficult at times. However, no one really prepares you for the … More So you’re significant other invites you over for Thanksgiving.. Now what? Here’s how to handle the first time family meeting
By Jessica Ramos So, you just got home, and you’re all settled in. Just because you’re on an academic break doesn’t mean you should be taking a social break. There’s so many things to do with limited time! Of course, celebrating Thanksgiving will probably be the highlight of many of our breaks. So, gather your closest … More What To Do This Thanksgiving
By Annabeth Carlson Thanksgiving break is a week away and all I can think about is returning home and enjoying the upcoming holiday season. Now that I am away at college, I value time with my family and the traditions we share so much more. While sharing Thanksgiving with my relatives and stuffing our faces is a … More Thanksgiving Tradition: Home Alone
By Tristin Marshall If your family comes to visit for the weekend and you want to distract them from the dirty laundry and old pizza boxes in your room, take them to Curtis Orchard! Curtis Orchard has been one of Champaign’s hidden gems for over thirty years. Located on South Duncan Road, Curtis Orchard is home to thousands … More Apples, Pumpkins, Donuts, Oh My!