Man on Campus: The Best of the Breaks

(COVINGTON, La.) — St. Paul’s students returned from Thanksgiving break refreshed and ready to face the last few weeks of the semester. When asked the question of what is best part of the Thanksgiving holiday, there are many conflicting opinions. While there is not a definitive answer, that didn’t stop The Paper Wolf from asking someone from each grade level and a faculty member:

What do you think the best part about the Thanksgiving Break is and why?

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“ I like coming together with my family and eating our Thanksgiving dinner. Food…food is the best part of the Thanksgiving holiday,”said pre-freshman Evan Carse.

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“My favorite part of my Thanksgiving holiday is going to my grandparents because I don’t get to see them very often,” said freshman Anthony Pennison.

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“I think the Thanksgiving break really gives students a chance to calm down and unwind from the stressful and hectic life of a student,” said sophomore Hayden Brewster.

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“I think the connection to families coming together to give thanks to something we are appreciative for is very important because in today’s society, we often don’t give thanks enough for what we have,” said junior Aj LaCroix.

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“The best part of the break is just the mental break from the stressful nature of school work. Just the feeling of getting up the next morning and realizing you can just sleep in is amazing,” said senior Cray Pennison.

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“Being with family (is the best part), because sometimes during the year you don’t always get time to see extended family. On that day you get to spend time with not only your immediate family but your extended family, as well,” said sophomore-junior counselor Christine Woodard.

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