Start driving south of the Mason-Dixon Line, and there are two types of billboards that tend to stick out. The first are the religious ones, the towering billboards with messages like “Jesus Saves” and “Go to Church. –God.”
You might not know it, but there’s a controversy going on right now in the food world. And it’s not the type that concerns fast food or childhood obesity. It has nothing to do with sustainably raised produce or legislation for food safety laws. It doesn’t even concern Wal-Mart.
Not all kitchens are created equal at Wesleyan. Some senior houses and program houses have big, spacious areas to cook. Most dorms and apartments have slightly smaller—or maybe a lot smaller—kitchens.
We promise our college students a lot these days. We promise them a quality education, access to top professors, and an intellectually active campus. We promise them the opportunity to think critically, build their leadership skills, and express their creativity.