Academy Chatter: What are your plans for Thanksgiving break?

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Felix Neta, sophomore: “Going to my grandparents and hunting.”

Nick Massabni, sophomore: “Flying to Pennsylvania to visit my grandparents and my cousins.”

Chris Charles, sophomore: “Eating turkey at my grandma’s house.”

Sean Manning, sophomore: “Spending quality time with my grandparents and cousins.”

Triston Behrend, sophomore: “Spending time with my family.”

Ellen Meeuwsen, senior: My family is going up to our cabin for the weekend. My birthday is on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, so we will probably have a party that night.

Monica Sosa-Hernandez, senior: We usually go to mass and then later to my grandmother’s house for the big lunch. I love being able to be with family sharing a meal. After the big meal we usually either go home to sleep or watch a movie. I love Thanksgiving because of family and all the wonderful and yummy food my grandma makes. She’s honestly one of the best cooks!

Orin Neta, senior: This Thanksgiving I will be spending my time at my grandparents’ house in Gleason, WI. We will be celebrating with my grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins at their house. Usually we have a large turkey, cranberries, mashed potatoes and a bunch of other things as well. I will have to leave early because of my 5 a.m. shift on Black friday.

Catherine Raacke, junior: This year, my grandmother and my uncle are coming to Chicago to meet me and my family. My uncle has a list of places he wants to visit, but he’s keeping the itinerary a secret.

Tereza Kaňková, senior: “As an exchange student, this will be my first Thanksgiving. I am extremely excited about it because I can see a lot of excitement about this holiday. We would spend time together with my awesome host family, eat a lot, watch movies and simply enjoy this unique experience.”

Briana Fitzgerald, junior: “Celebrating my birthday.” 

Juliah Linzmeier, junior: “My four sisters, my parents and I are going to have Thanksgiving all together for the first time in five or six years. We are renting out a house near the Minnesota border and having a great time as family along with some friends and boyfriends.” 

Ian Ernst, senior: “Have dinner with my aunts and uncles.”

Rio O’Toole, senior: “My sister and brother-in-law are coming home from California and so I’ll be spending time with them and the rest of my family.” 

Jaci Brady, senior: “I am going to spend Thanksgiving in Washington D.C. with my sister.” 

Jack Christensen, junior: “Spend time with family and eat a ton of food.”

Jack Kress, senior: “Spending time with family and also with my friends coming back from college.”

Ammerae Peebles, junior: “Going to my grandparents’ house for a Thanksgiving dinner and social.”

Tola Adejumo, junior: “Family stuff.”

Pricilla Jaimes, junior: “It’s tradition for my whole family to go to my grandma’s house to go have it there and then when we also start planning Black Friday shopping.”

Kate Vercauteren, sophomore: “I am having the family over, and we are going to  eat a feast and have family time. The first Thanksgiving where everyone is healthy!  We also watch the Thanksgiving parade while we make breakfast.“

Soo-Yin Brown, sophomore: “I am going to Milwaukee to hang out with my family.”

Sammy Treml, junior: “Eating food and getting my wisdom teeth out.”

Carlene Goral, sophomore: ”Pack for family vacation to Mexico and hang out with family.” 

Rylei Anders, sophomore: “My parents and I are meeting my sister in Door County and we’re going to spend the day there together.”

Tate Milton, freshman: “I’m going to hang out with my brother Reid and have some quality time with him.”

Josie Bieker, senior: “I’m going to Nebraska to spend Thanksgiving with my uncle and small cousins.”

Emma Paulson, senior: “I’m spending time with my sister who is coming home from college and my family who is visiting from out of state.”

Karen Cendejas, senior: “My parents and I rented a restaurant, and we have to decorate it over break.”

Isaac Johnson, junior: “I’m gonna have fam over.”

Owen Riordan,, junior: “Going to Colorado!”

Jake Huss, junior: “No idea!”

Dom Vanden Elzen, junior: “Eating with the fam and shopping.”

Will Zellner, junior: “Eating food.”

Seth Baeten, junior: “I’m feasting bro.”

Kai Assef, senior: “None of your business.”

Jacob Limoni, sophomore: “Eat dinner with my family.”

Sydney VanWychen, senior: “Spend time with my family and eat lots of food.”

Max Timmer, senior: “Good Team promotional work and lots of meetings.” 

Bella Brabazon, senior: “To spend time with family and friends.”

Emily Cribben, senior: “We are having our whole family over for dinner.”

Anna Lippert, sophomore: “My plans for Thanksgiving break are to go to Manitowoc and spend time with my family.”

Grace Gunville, sophomore: “I’m planning on spending time with family and friends and hopefully seeing a friend I haven’t seen in a couple months. Thanksgiving break is also my last time I’m calm until after finals.”

Anna Shueller, sophomore: “For Thanksgiving break I’m just staying here, inviting some people over and feasting.”

Sophie Hornberger, sophomore: “Hanging out with my family.”

Sophia Schauer, sophomore: “I am having family over and we are spending time together.”

 

 

 

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