For many UIndy students, Thanksgiving is celebrated twice-first with friends, then with family.
In its annual tradition, the university's food service provider, PFS, Inc, offers a special Thanksgiving feast for students to enjoy with one another. Served family-style, freshly prepared turkeys are set before students to carve themselves along with mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, green beans, and more.
"I always look forward to the Thanksgiving meal because all of my favorite foods are served. Sitting with friends and learning about different holiday plans helps make it a special home away from home moment," said Christi Butler, a communication major and creative writing minor.
Students have a short, two-day week of classes before the holiday break. Classes resume on Nov. 29th, leaving only three weeks left until the semester's end on Dec. 17th.
The University of Indianapolis wishes all of its students a Happy Thanksgiving!