May 2, 2016 Stephanie Best

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Sodexo to move to cage-free eggs

February 20, 2016 Ingrid Roettgen

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Sodexo is working on a major shift that will change the food on Truman State students’ plates. Sodexo has announced that by 2020, it will serve exclusively cage-free eggs nationwide. The change began during 2014 […]


Take Root Cafe announces location

February 5, 2016 Ingrid Roettgen

Following months of preparation, Take Root Cafe, an organic pay-what-you-can cafe, has announced they will be located in Pickler’s Famous on the square. Despite a plan for location, the cafe still has a long ways […]


Food for thought — Thanksgiving without the turkey

November 26, 2015 Emily Ploch

Thanksgiving always seems to bring to mind images of going “over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house” for turkey, family and the annual Thanksgiving football game. But for me, grandmother’s house is less “over the river and through […]

Arts & Entertainment

KASA highlights food diversity in Kirksville

November 11, 2015 Mary Tomlinson

The Korean American Student Association (KASA) shared the cuisine of Korea with the first Korean Restaurant during October, and their preparation offers insight into the difficulties of international cooking in a small town. KASA, which […]