“The buffet was really worth the money, and was the best food I have ever had at Washburn,” said Logan Runnebaum, freshman nursing major.
The buffet was $10 at the door or $9 in advance. The target audience for the event was all students, faculty and staff. The food provided was the traditional style Thanksgiving feast. Some of the food included was, turkey, ham, potatoes and cream corn. For dessert, there were a variety of different kinds of pie. The pumpkin pie was everyone's favorite portion.
The buffet was a great hit with all of the students, faculty and staff that attended. There was an abundance of people who were in attendance. It is the best buffet that Washburn offers all year; all of the seats were full from the start to the end of the buffet.
“I always miss the buffet and really wish I could have attended it,” said David Cox, senior mass media major.
Thanksgiving break starts Wednesday, Nov. 25, and class resumes Monday, Nov. 30. With holiday cooking and black Friday shopping coming up, it is nice to be able to go eat at the buffet without actually having to make it.