Jan. 19, 2020
Students anxiously waited in line to enjoy this year’s Thanksgiving feast at Biola’s Caf on Thursday, Nov. 17.
The traditional Thanksgiving dinner Biola prepares each year is one meal that students eagerly anticipate. Exclaiming that it is the best meal of the year, students wait in line to reserve a table large enough for their group of friends and appreciate the time to eat Thanksgiving dinner with the Biola community. Alumni also return for the food and community aspect the dinner provides.
The feast did not lack any of the fixings offering turkey, yams, pumpkin pie and more. Biola President Barry H. Corey took time to serve the students by carving turkey, as did other members of the President’s Administrative Council. For some students, this act of service is one that sets this meal apart as their favorite in the Caf.
“Who doesn’t want to have their turkey carved by DBC [Corey]?,” said student Lydia Lee.
Written by Alethia Selby, Media Relations Intern.
media [dot] relations [at] biola [dot] edu