Before I came to Stanford I was a carnivore. I would gladly eat steak for breakfast and I looked forward to barbeques like an eight-year-old counting down to a Disneyland trip. When I returned home and people were shocked by my strange new eating restrictions, I told them it was peer pressure that made me…
The 17th ASSU Undergraduate Senate met this Tuesday for their penultimate meeting. Two bills remained on the agenda for the Senate.
By providing more education about the food world outside the Stanford bubble, Stanford dining can also teach students how to be thoughtful consumers after graduating.
But you don’t have to bite into a bunny chock full of chalk to get a bad taste in your mouth about the chocolate industry.