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Going green: vegetarianism

Going green: vegetarianism

Camille Baker, features editor

February 15, 2017

I was an omnivore for 15 years. About a year ago, I made the decision to stop eating meat completely. I had enough guilt built up from the devastating documentaries and countless articles that made me feel bad about what I was eating. So, I caved. And I haven’t looked back (or eaten meat) since. Yes...

Green is the new black

Green is the new black

Bridget Snider, writer

May 10, 2016

For some, living without hamburgers, chicken nuggets or milkshakes seems impossible. For others like Meredith Fleming, it is not a choice. Food allergies have restricted the way she eats; which, according to her, comes at a cost. Fleming, sophomore, has a gluten and dairy free diet which limit...

Good Eats: Are you Syria(s)?

Good Eats: Are you Syria(s)?

Trevor Cleveland, blog/podcast editor

February 5, 2015

Across the street from Dewey’s Pizza in downtown Kirkwood sits Ranoush, tucked comfortably into the corner of East Jefferson and Kirkwood Road. Walking into the restaurant, however, provides an entirely different experience. Tapestries drape across walls, alluring chandeliers hang from the ceiling, and...

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