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Thanksgiving: The Student’s Traditions

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Thanksgiving: The Student’s Traditions

Randee Velarde, Entertainment Editor

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Last week, many people got together with their families to give thanks and celebrate Thanksgiving. This gives students and teachers well-needed time off to be with loved ones. 

People also enjoy having traditions to do every Thanksgiving. Some traditions include decorating their Christmas Tree, eating tamales in substitution for turkey, and even having a family game night. 

The Lariat asked students what their traditions with their families were.  

“My family and I have the tradition of decorating the Christmas tree on Thanksgiving before we eat. It brings us closer together and creates memories.” said Danny Sifuentes. 

Another student had a twist to their Thanksgiving meal as their family’s tradition. Marlene Guerrero said, “Most of the time we eat tamales as the main course.” 

Martha Juarez and her family try to make their Thanksgivings’ more fun with some games. “We like to play games after we eat to unwind and bring us all together such as UNO and Guess Who.” said Juarez

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Randee Velarde, Entertainment Editor

Senior Randee Velarde is kind and hardworking. She also loves music, Star Wars, Marvel, and sloths. From her room filled with movie and band posters, to...

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