Some people I’m thankful for this Usdan Thanksgiving <3
Top row, left to right: Tim, Sam, Mary, and Woanyen
Bottom row: Alex and me!

I was gonna write an article about the do’s and don’ts of Usdan Thanksgiving, but I realized that as much as I love Usdan Thanksgiving, as much as it is my favorite Usdan day of the year (aside from when Tom has linguine with pesto) (I don’t like Usdan lunch, don’t @ me) , I just am not the authority on Usdan Thanksgiving. Sure, I can boozedan Usdan with the best of them, but can I really tell the innocent first years that are gonna make their way to Usdan tonight what’s the best time to get in line? Can I tell them with full confidence that if they get there at 6:30 there will still be a mountain of bread left and every dessert imaginable for them to gorge on? No. I can’t. Because with great power comes great responsibility, and I am just not ready to take on the responsibility of giving advice to frosh, or sophs, juniors, and seniors for that matter. (I learned today that there are second, third, and fourth years at this school that have never Usdan Thanksgiving-ed and, frankly, that is unacceptable.) I’ll let my friends over at Ask Wesleying (go ask wesleying!) deal with that.

So instead, I’m gonna open it up to you guys, Wesleying’s devoted followers:

What's the best time to go to Usdan Thanksgiving?

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A typical first round Usdan Thanksgiving plate. Creds go to WesStuffed.com, Wesleyan’s long forgotten (but soon to be revived?) food blog

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