Thanksgiving always marks our approach to the end of the semester. The Daily Targum editors offer what they want most from this holiday, from food and family to a school break.
Isabella Tyszka, editor-in-chief: “What I’m most looking forward to is having a mini break between classes and the stress of the semester. Having the opportunity to take a break and spend time with my family and friends is really enjoyable, and that’s the best part of any break.”
Victoria Yeasky, Editor-in-Chief: “I’m very happy to have a few days off school where I can focus on relaxing and spending time with my friends and family. I can’t wait to hang out with my friends from my hometown for Thanksgiving Eve and d ‘to take my little brother to my big high school football game in town. My parents work on Thanksgiving, but I’m happy to celebrate the next day!’
Astha Lakhankar, Editor-in-Chief: “I can’t wait to spend time with my family, watch movies and eat lots of macaroni and cheese!”
Kithmy Wickramasinghe, Deputy Editor: “I am very happy to have a few days off to relax and spend time with my family and friends. Being able to forget school for a few days is really nice, and I will definitely take advantage of it. I am also I can’t wait to feast on Thanksgiving – my favorites are mashed potatoes, ham and stuffing.”
Claire Bruno, Deputy Editor-in-Chief: “This Thanksgiving holiday, I’m mostly looking forward to spending time with my family to unwind from work and school. My favorite part of the holidays is watching the Thanksgiving parade with my sister in the morning and helping my parents cook throughout the day.”
Ricky Suta, Opinion Editor: “It’s been a really busy semester, so I’m really looking forward to taking a break from school and relaxing. Of course, I can’t wait to eat, especially the whole pie!”
Dylan McCoy, Sports Editor: “I can’t wait to take a break from school and be able to relax with my family. I’m very excited for the food (the ham, not the turkey) and also excited for Thanksgiving football, where I’ll be watching the Giants continue their winning ways by beating the Cowboys.”
Jack Bisaha, Associate Sports Editor: “I’m looking forward to the Thanksgiving holiday. It will give me a few days to take a break, enjoy good food and see family and friends I haven’t seen in a while. Above all, I have can’t wait to watch the Cowboys rein in the (McCoy’s) Giants on Thanksgiving Day.”
Vy Nguyen, editor: “This Thanksgiving, I’m very happy to be taking some time away from school. I haven’t been home much this semester, and while I love being on campus, it will be nice to get away for a long weekend. I’ll be spending my time with family and friends in my hometown and more than likely baking pies.”
Henry Wang, photo editor: “Being surrounded by friends and family at a table with good food is a nice feeling that I always look forward to. It reminds me that life is about treasuring the little time we have with the people we love.”
Chris Kim, Senior Video Editor: “I would say I’m really looking forward to having a break from my schedule so I can focus on some personal projects that I’ve been putting off.”
Jonny Berkowitz, Associate Video Editor: “The biggest thing I look forward to is food. The stuffing is elite, and I look forward to consuming unhealthy amounts of it. »
Meredith MacLean, in-house editor: “I’m really looking forward to being able to take a break and be home with my family. While I love the traditional Thanksgiving dinner with turkey and stuffing, I’m much more excited about the tradition of my family from cooking Chinese. Black Friday after all that time cooking the day before and the spreadable cheese from a local farm that we have in Thanksgiving appetizers.”
Rachel Chang, Social Media Editor: “I’m most looking forward to taking a break from my internship and school. I’ve had a very busy semester so far, so for me this break is really needed. I’m also excited to cook and to eat delicious Thanksgiving food with my family!”
The Daily Targum editorials represent the views of the majority of the 154th Editorial Board. Columns, cartoons and letters do not necessarily reflect the views of Targum Publishing Company or its staff.