Thanksgiving break from KWU students
Written by Nicolas Fierro on November 27, 2022
Thanksgiving break at KWU
Thanksgiving break is officially here at Kansas Wesleyan. The vast majority of students decided to head home, but there are others who stayed behind.
There are roughly 60 students who are staying at KWU, according to Christian Mitchell who is the assistant director of student development.
This total varies with students that are international and non-international.
Shriwise Dining Hall will not be open Thanksgiving day. Student development has worked with Scott Jagodzinske who is KWU’s Campus Minister, to provide a Thanksgiving meal for the students that are staying.
Another option is that students that stay have their host families that invite them over to celebrate Thanksgiving with them.
International students’ comments and thoughts
Kansuke Okada a baseball student-athlete from Japan, reflects about staying on campus.
“The flights are too expensive to fly internationally, plus the break is very short so I would rather save up for a flight for Christmas break since it is longer”.