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Chartwells, Where Hungry Employees Gather

I’ve been fortunate enough, privileged enough to have only observed poverty from a distance rather than experiencing it first hand. I volunteered at a charitable food...

International Food Explosion

The Acadia International Society is hosting its 2nd Annual Food Explosion with dishes, desserts and beverages from countries around the world. We encourage all Acadia...

Research Feature: Chaiti Seth

My research aims to identify key leverage points for shifting towards more...

Food for Thought: The Future of Food at Acadia

As Acadia’s contract with Chartwells Canada comes to an end in April 2019,...

The Good, The Bad, and the Non-Compliant

The Valley is filled with a bevy of restaurants from which Acadia students are...

Eating Local in October

It’s finally the start of October, or the time of year we all know as the...

The Sin Is In The Sandwich

According to inspection reports provided by the Nova Scotia Department of...

Food Insecurity at Acadia University

Dr. Lesley Frank is a professor in Acadia’s Sociology Department. Frank,...

Why I Love Meal Hall

In response to “Why I Hate Meal Hall” from Issue 78.2 When I walk into...

The Delectable Details of the Devour Festival

This November 4-8th marks the 6th Annual Devour Food Film Fest. I met with...