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By Lake Front StaffFive orange pumpkins sit in a row in front of a distressed, wooden background. SAN ANTONIO—Thanksgiving is around the corner and that means it’s time to eat! It’s also the season to reflect and give thanks for all the blessings we have as an OLLU community. There are so many people who are less fortunate than us and we tend to forget that. So in true OLLU spirit, let us reflect on the great things in our lives, and give thanks. The Lake Front invites you to comment below, and sound off on what you are thankful for. Your submission may be published  in the November issue of the Lake Front Newspaper. Below are some reasons Lake Front students and staff are thankful this year.
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7 thoughts on “What Am I Thankful For?

  1. I am thankful for…being well traveled. I’m thankful for the ability -both physically and financially- to have seen places outside of the United States as well as different parts of the US.—Chloe Brown, web editor.

  2. I am thankful for …the opportunity to come to this university because it will help me reach my dreams in the future.—D’Angelo Wallace

  3. I am thankful for…the ability to attend an excellent school that has a community that cares for students. I also am thankful for the amazing friends that I have made here.—Alexis Medrano

  4. I am thankful for…my family and the wonderful students here at OLLU who work very hard everyday. —Michael Thompson

  5. I am thankful for…my mom. My mother forms a big part of my support system on a daily basis. I am grateful she is in my life and that I can still enjoy her wonderful Puerto Rican cooking.-Maria Elena Cruz

  6. I am thankful for…God, he guides me when I need to be guided-Steven Tomlin

  7. I am thankful for…my family and friends who support me in reaching my goals-Destiny Camacho

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