Two caterpillars have been found in food from Terrace Dining Hall during the last week.
Those of us who have been organizing against structural inequality at Ithaca College believe that the status quo is not only untenable but unjust.
I am writing this in response to the April 3 article in The Ithacan, titled “Dining Services attempts to meet special dietary restrictions.”
The Tompkins County Health Department has cited two Ithaca College dining establishments for critical violations involving factors that could lead to food-related illness.
About 15 percent of the food served in the dining halls at Ithaca College is from local farms. Students at the college answered this question: Does it matter to you whether food in the dining hall is local?