President Miciak Carving for Cafsgiving
Late November can be a trying time for John Carroll students. The semester is coming to a close, finals are just around the corner and most students haven’t had a break since classes started in late August. During this time of year, students look forward to an annual JCU tradition which provides a brief respite from coursework - Cafsgiving. The name honors the "Caf" - the student body’s term of endearment for Schott Dining Hall.
On the Thursday before Thanksgiving, JCU faculty and staff team up to serve the most anticipated cafeteria meal of the year. Cafsgiving is a holiday feast with all the trimmings. Faculty and staff step in as celebrity servers to dish up turkey with comfort food staples like sweet potatoes, mac & cheese and a wide array of favorite desserts.