One of the challenging aspects of being a college student is that you are suddenly responsible for your wellbeing. The primary responsibility of a college student is doing well in academics, but you are also […]
Even though President Troy Paino is leaving, Steve’s Garden Deli’s sandwhich, the Paino Panini, is here to stay.
Nutrition is an important concern for students, but for student athletes, this concern is doubled. Because of their increased physical activity, student athletes need greater amounts of nutrients in their diets — nutrition the dining halls alone might not be able to […]
[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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Nikki is a sophomore studying abroad this semester in Ormskirk, England. Check in each week for posts from Nikki as she shares her experiences abroad. Studying abroad in England does not provide the same culture […]
Kirksville and Kraft Foods held the fifth annual Bacon Fest on Saturday, October 26, 2015. Truman State students and the Kirksville community came together to raise awareness for the hunger problem in Adair County.
This year, Truman State’s meal plan options have undergone a dramatic shift. Most of you already have noticed, but the change in how meal plans operate has had monumental effects on student experiences with the […]