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Campus Viewpoints: What are you thankful for?

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Since it is the week of Thanksgiving, the Union went around campus and asked students what they were thankful for on Monday, Nov 19.

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“I’m thankful for my family always supporting me,” Raul Regalado Jr., 18, engineering technology major, said. Photo credit: Kevin Caparoso

“I’m thankful that I am able to get my education here cause I really wanted to get higher education,” Raul Regalado Jr., 18, engineering technology major, said.

Regalado Jr. is thankful for many things and believes that people should be thankful for whatever they have.

“Even if it’s the smallest thing, the most insignificant thing it might be, you must be thankful for everything,” Regalado Jr. said. “Because everything matters in your life.”

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Mauro Flores, 24, music major, said he never had the chance to think about what he was grateful for until he was asked about it. Photo credit: Kevin Caparoso

Mauro Flores, 24, music major, said he is thankful for where he is in life.

“Everything is just kind of like easy,” Mauro Flores said. “I don’t have to worry about money too much.”

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“I love how the campus is so open to everyone’s perspective,” Paloma Flores, 20, art major, said. Photo credit: Kevin Caparoso

Paloma Flores, 20, art major, said she is thankful for her teachers.

“I have had a lot opportunities open up for me just by talking to them and networking,” Paloma Flores said.

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“I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving,” Jacky Cheung, 19, art major, said. Photo credit: Kevin Caparoso

Jacky Cheung, 19, art major, said he is grateful for his experiences with his friends and family.

“Like helping around other people when they feel like they’re lost or something like that,” Cheung said.

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“I’m thankful for my family,” Karen Rangel, 18, business major, said. Photo credit: Kevin Caparoso

“I’m thankful for the opportunity to be learning at El Camino,” Karen Rangel, 18, business major, said.

“To be able to be here, El Camino is a great place,” she added.

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Campus Viewpoints: What are you thankful for?