Thanksgiving is a national holiday celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. Friends and families across the U.S. gather to feast and celebrate all the things they are grateful for. This year, things may look a bit different. Friends and families may elect to not gather around the table in… read more
This post is a part of our International Voices column, written by international UT students & staff, for UT students & staff. Are we confused how to spend tonight? If only they named the joyous day. For all the things there are to save, We spend thriftily on things to… read more
Remember that Thanksgiving episode of Friends where Joey gets a turkey stuck on his head? Or the one where Chandler’s toe gets sliced off? Or, possibly the best, the one where Monica and Chandler finally get to adopt a child? In my personal opinion, the Thanksgiving episodes of any show… read more
While Thanksgiving may not be the healthiest eating day of the year, it is a good reminder of our close relationship with food! As a student, it’s easy to forget how much eating habits can affect mood, performance, and overall health. Here are a few tips for positive, mindful eating:… read more
Our office will be closed on Thursday, November 28 and Friday, November 29th for Thanksgiving Break. We will be open at 8 am on Monday, December 2. We wish everyone a happy holiday!
The fourth Thursday of November marks Thanksgiving Day in the United States. In the midst of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving a national holiday in 1863. The roots of Thanksgiving go back to some of the first colonists in the United States who shared a celebratory feast… read more