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Lions’ Plate: Baked Holiday Apples

Typically, holidays like Thanksgiving are all about recipes that have been passed down from generations. A lot of people are used to the turkey stuffing, cranberry sauce drama that goes on in the kitchen for these traditional recipes, but what about adding a modern touch to the buffet? 

Holidays won’t be the same this year — and we’ll have to deal with it

The holiday season is my favorite time of year — the cheer, food and time spent with friends and family is something that can’t be beaten. Normally, I spend the months of November to December sprint shuttling between get-togethers with my extended family or reconnecting with friends after a busy semester, celebrating birthdays and holidays.

Students share how they plan to celebrate Thanksgiving break amidst pandemic

Many students at the College have been in quarantine, or at least living with adapted routines, since the initial Covid-19 shutdown in March. As the end of the year approaches, holidays and family gatherings are being postponed, altered or canceled all together.

Vital Signs: Planning your COVID-19 Thanksgiving

We’ve had to reschedule, postpone and recreate many experiences lately. As Thanksgiving approaches, public health officials have a few tips for families to safely celebrate the holiday:

Lions’ Plate: Cocoa vanilla creme pie — the perfect Thanksgiving dessert

So you like pie, but you’re looking for something more than the fruit that comes with them. Trust me, you’re not alone. While people enjoy a slice of pie now and then, many would rather enjoy the flavors of a traditional cake instead. Nobody says you can’t have both!

Classic Signals: Student shares Thanksgiving history

For most college students, Thanksgiving break is a time to unwind, relax with family and prepare for the final stretch of the fall semester.
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