Roger Klenke, sports management senior. Klenke is thankful to be around his family in such crazy times. (Mallory Graves/Staff photographer)Peyton Wardell, accounting junior. Wardell looks forward to seeing his parents after a long semester away from home. (Mallory Graves/Staff photographer)Kyley Pipkin, business junior. Pipkin and her family go around the table and talk about what they are thankful for every year. (Mallory Graves/Staff photographer)Maliki Pope, business administration sophomore. Pope takes joy in spending time with family. They are the most important aspect of his life. (Mallory Graves/Staff photographer)Kiare Worthy, accounting freshman. Worthy likes getting the whole family back together for the special occasion. (Mallory Graves/Staff photographer)Keyshawn Wyatt, business senior. His favorite Thanksgiving tradition is eating with his family and friends. (Mallory Graves/Staff photographer)Hannah Smith, health science junior. She enjoys watching the Macy's Day Parade with her family. (Mallory Graves/Staff photographer)Anna-Lise Kirton, biology freshman. She enjoys watching the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving. (Mallory Graves/Staff photographer)

By Mallory Graves
Staff reporter

Students share their favorite Thanksgiving foods and traditions that they are looking forward to. Many of them are excited to be reunited with their friends and families that they have not gotten to see over the course of the semester.