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MU dining: Good options, poor advertising

April 12, 2017

Gabrielle Redcay Staff Writer “When I first went meatless last year, I was new to it so it was hard for me to figure out what to eat,” says Millersville University (MU) sophomore and vegetarian . . .

A little sustainability goes a long way

November 6, 2013

Julia Scheib News Writer Eliminating individually packaged condiments in favor of bulk supplies. Buying cooking oil from Planet Fry, a company that uses recycled oil to power its vehicles. Maintaining a Green Ideas Board, where . . .

Is that gluten free?

November 6, 2013

Kelsey Bundra Features Writer Most young adults do not think about what is going into their bodies and eat whatever they feel like. In contrast, people with Celiac disease spend their lives analyzing food labels . . .

Dining hall discontent: Healthy choices needed

October 30, 2013

Julia Scheib Staff Writer “Technically I’m a lacto-pesca-ovotarian,” said Julia Boyer, a junior studying jewelry and metals at Millersville. Her well-researched decision to cut out poultry and mammals, Boyer said, stemmed from the knowledge of . . .