The School of Health Sciences hosted its first school-wide FRANsgiving in the Francies Center on November 15th.
The School of Health Sciences hosted its first FRANsgiving (named for the Francis Center, home to the school) during lunch on Wednesday, Nov. 15. Students, staff and faculty came together as a community to eat and enjoy fellowship with one another.
The tables were decorated with paper, allowing for interaction, including drawings and writing things you are most thankful for. The school provided the turkey while students, staff, and faculty brought their favorite dish to share. Some of the dish highlights included mac and cheese, Italian subs, cocktail samosas, and broccoli casserole. The desserts feasted upon included apple pie, cookies, key lime pie, and pumpkin dip.
While enjoying the meal, laughter could be heard across the building and smiles were seen all around. The School of Health Sciences is already looking forward to its next FRANsgiving together!