One organization, new to Ithaca, aims to encourage discussion in a different way — through sweet treats.
Merod said her class with Stull has given more structure to her interests in medieval food and that she has received a good foundation for future studies.
Before I left for the SPJ conference on Friday morning, I had planned to write a piece on how being gluten free while traveling/at a conference where most of the food is provided is really difficult to obtain. It was definitely possible, but I was not prepared at all.
Eating breakfast is really important!! My dad taught me that you need to fuel yourself up in the morning or else you won’t be able to focus, or have energy to do much.
I’ve never gone to therapy, but speaking to a nutritionist is like that for food. Cathy comes to campus every wednesday to talk to students with certain eating concerns. I took down the number because I’ve always wanted to see what a nutritionist could actually do for me.
We are getting to the later part of the year where people everywhere are starting to get sick. The change in temperatures, allergies and being around so many people all of the time can all affect you. Here are some ways you can get over it all:
Ithaca College Dining Services is working to release a mobile app that will enable students and faculty to preorder and prepay for their food from Sodexo-run facilities on campus.
From Tokyo to Italy, Cory Young’s passion for food and communications has brought her around the globe. Currently on sabbatical leave, Young is on a quest to combine these two passions to define culinary communications and how it could potentially become a field of study at Ithaca College.
Food Frenzy, which has existed for roughly 10 years, is a charity event that incorporates foods from Sodexo and outside vendors to create an all-you-can-eat food buffet that costs a donation of $3. All donations from the event benefit the BackPack Program for The Food Bank of the Southern Tier.