Lizette Gonzalez PO ’27 has an important message: Say “hello” and “thank you” to our dining workers.
Ever since the start of spring semester, Emily Kim PO ’25 has collected peppermints in the front pocket of her fanny pack. In this week’s food column, she explains exactly why.
Pomona College EcoReps is a student branch of the Pomona Sustainability Office, functioning as a sustainability hub for the 5C community and beyond. The EcoReps promote everyday sustainability through gift giving and eating, offering free and reusable period products, hosting composting workshops and facilitating spaces such as the Walker Flea Market.
For Emily Kim PO ’25, celebratory challah bread made her first time at the gym an experience to remember.
A recent TSL OpEd about Meatless Mondays struck an environmental chord with Sara Anderson PO ‘23, creator of ‘Mindful Monday,’ and Hannah Hughes PO ‘25: vegetarianism is not the problem.
Daniela Sechen HM ‘23 argues that a recent TSL OpEd about Meatless Mondays, which draws a connection between vegetarianism as food restriction and disordered eating, trivializes the complexity of a severe mental illness.
For Emily Kim ’25, her dining hall waffle one morning taught her an important lesson: you don’t always have to neatly compartmentalize your feelings.
Frary’s Meatless Mondays have environmental benefits, but pose a danger by encouraging restrictive eating, argues Madison Lewis PO ‘24.
If there’s anything food columnist Emily Kim PO ’25 learned from last semester, it’s that friends will take the time to feed you (quesadillas), even when your hands are full.
Pitzer Strive2Thrive Wellness Advocates Hava Sprung will now be hosting a mindful eating space for people who want to be intentional in their relationship with food. The group hosted its first meeting, which was held in the Pitzer Grove House, on Monday, Jan. 31.