A new year means new diets, weight loss programs and workout regimens for many college students. Trying a new diet is always daunting and may even seem too complicated at times. It can be hard to know where to start or what to make.
By: Taylor Waldron Co-Editor-in-Chief firstname.lastname@example.org Wow, I’m actually cooking again! In short, you’re welcome. Totally kidding! Just feeling good and together for the first time in a long time. Like many, I’ve fallen into my fair share of TikTok dark holes. Most frequently, I end up on the food side of the app. I’ve seen […]
By: TAYLOR WALDRON Web Editor, Staff Columnist @taylor_sumiko Last Friday, two Midwest vegan food providers popped up in Downtown South Bend at The Hibberd to present their unique takes on some classic comfort foods, but with a vegan twist. SteMartaen and Water & Wheat Cafe banded their plant-based powers together to put on an awesome […]
By: TAYLOR WALDRON Web Editor, Staff Columnist @taylor_sumiko Let me just start off by saying that I LOVE SALSA. If I had to choose one perfect snack, it would be chips and salsa. With this snack, you get the perfect ratio of sweet and salty combined with both soft and crunchy. Salsa can be a […]
By: TAYLOR WALDRON Web Editor/Staff Writer @taylor_sumiko As I have mentioned before, I live with two roommates, one vegan, and one vegetarian. When we first moved in together, I thought the adjustment would be hard for me as a meat-eater. I was pleasantly surprised that right from the get-go, we were able to have a […]
By: C.A. PRINTUP Staff Writer The Starbucks in the Education and Arts Building is finally serving coffee with almond milk. Previously students could order coffee with soy milk but for students who could not use soy or lactose-based products, there was no other milk options. Andrew Vardell, general manager of Sodexo at IU South Bend, […]