Turkeys celebrating early Thanksgiving on campus

Eva Pei

This Saturday,  a group of turkeys are walking on the lawn in front of the Chapel. It might be usual to see a group of moose or a helpless black bear on campus, but it is certainly not usual to see a group of turkeys in front of Fred Andrew Smart Chapel — usually, they would appear in the sandwich bar in the dining hall.  Let’s all wish them good luck to survive and be specially amnestied by our president this year.

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