…with no place to go
Campus is pretty quiet this day before Thanksgiving. Depending on class schedules, the student exodus began Monday evening, reaching a crescendo Tuesday afternoon. Campus is like a ghost town today.
A few students remain on campus for the extended holiday weekend – residence hall staff, athletes, international and out-of-state students.
I learned this morning that an alumna has made a tradition of fixing a traditional Thanksgiving meal for those who are not able to be with family – including Bluffton students. Word is that in previous years you have prepared turkey for 40-some people, with others bringing in side dishes to share.
What a special gift you are sharing. What a lesson you are teaching your children. What a way to serve your community.