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Dining Hall Diet: Can You Eat Healthy on Campus?

Written by Laura Fitzgerald

When I grab food in between class, or sit down to eat at the dining halls with friends, I don’t really think of what I am putting in my mouth. 1,676 more words

Inside Oxford

First Time at the Berg

by Richa Chaturvedi ’18

This weekend, students from all over the world are coming to campus for Visitas, Harvard’s admitted student weekend.  You can see them grouped in front of the John Harvard statue, loitering outside of Canaday, or sitting in on a class at the Science Center.  356 more words


These Bureaucratic Hippies Have Gone Too Far!

Recently, Rutgers University has silently been replacing the functional urinals with ones that cannot flush. This is in addition to how the students lost paper towels in bathrooms, and trays in dining halls. 318 more words

Rutgers University

The Life of a Dining Hall Chef

Living in a dorm, pulling all-nighters, and finals week are all essential to getting the full college experience. One of the most dreaded college experiences (besides taking an 8 a.m.)? 721 more words


Pizza Bagels

by Caroline Gentile ’17

On a night when there was no pizza to be found in the dining hall (a very sad night indeed), I struggled to put food on my plate that seemed appetizing.   257 more words


Dinner - Saturday, September 12, 2016

Most years, the Grinnell College Cross Country teams have a single home meet – the Les Duke “The Duke” Invitational. The Duke is a favorite time for cross country alumni to return to their former campus. 681 more words


Hosting Your Quaker Day Student: A Quick Guide

Freshman columnist Celine Cumming tells us how to make the MOST of hosting an incoming Penn student for Quaker Days.

In order to make sure your Baby Quaker gets the most realistic version of Penn, make sure to follow these fun tips to promote everyone’s fifth or sixth favorite Ivy League School! 429 more words