Roving Reporter: Students and Staff Share Their Thanksgiving Plans
ARYA MEHRABANZAD '14
RR: What do you like to eat on Thanksgiving?
AM: My mom makes a killer turkey and stuffing, but my favorite part is when she makes this, like, sweet potato casserole. So that’s the best.
RR: Do you ever make the sweet potato casserole?
RR: Do you cook at all?
AM: A little bit, after Thanksgiving though. I don’t want to ruin it for everybody.
RR: Turkey has a big carbon footprint. Have you considered eating tofurkey instead?
AM: Absolutely not. Turkey tastes too good.
RR: So, what are you thankful for?
AM: Family, friends. Being lucky to go to Harvard and all that.
RR: In recent news, Barbara Bush dissed Sarah Palin, and a boy wizard made $125 million at the box office. How do you think the Pilgrims would feel about the current state of the world?
AM: How do I answer that? I don’t know. How would you answer that question?
RR: I think they’d kind of like it. I don’t think the world is as screwed as we make it out to be.
AM: I agree with that. They’d be happy. They’d probably be happy because they started it all by coming over here.