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Though many Harvard students will head home for Thanksgiving break, some plan to stay on campus to relax, catch up on work, and feast on a HUDS holiday dinner.
While many students will enjoy the three-day break for the Thanksgiving holiday, others will be busy studying for final exams in the last two weeks before the end of the term.
Students on campus for Thanksgiving break gather for a Thanksgiving dinner Thursday night in Quincy dining hall, the only dining hall open that day. The dinner prepared by HUDS featured turkey, ham, cranberry stuffing, and other traditional Thanksgiving food.
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Surrounded by the golden tones of Adams House and the din of conversation, students found a warm, comfortable atmosphere for Thanksgiving dinner on campus. Others hit the books.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, FM sat down with Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’ Michael P. Brenner and David A. Weitz, who teach SPU 27: Science and Cooking, for advice on how to cook the perfect Thanksgiving dinner at the molecular level.