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Food for Thought

Staying Healthy and Eating Healthy During COVID19

Recent advice from the World Health Organization urges people to exercise frequent hand washing and to avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.

Reflection of the Superfood for February: Chillies

Chillies spice up many dishes and give your body a boost of vitamins and minerals. While spice levels vary per pepper, each aids the body in antioxidants, which protect our cells from free radicals.

SAC Market – New and Trending

When creating the new location, faculty looked into what food options were needed on campus. They focused on healthier grab-and-go choices, from salads to sandwiches to international hot plates. 

Be Dined

The air is filled with love and the sweet aroma of food. Whether you’re B.F.Fs,  “together”, dating, or in a long term relationship, this day is about appreciating those around you.

Who said you had to spend the big bucks and go to a stuffy high-end restaurant to prove your love? Culinart can serve up that sophisticated flavor and chic display to you right here on campus.

Stop Food Waste!

April is Stop Food Waste Month so here are some ways to help you kick start a more environmentally friendly and less wasteful month and lifestyle.

Kosher and Halal, what’s the difference?

You’ve probably seen signs displaying “kosher” and “halal” around campus, but what the difference?

50s night at Dine In!

By Michaela Steil The coming dine-in theme nights are all decade themes. This Friday it is the 50s! There’s no doubt that the 50s were a time of turmoil with the Cold War, Civil Rights Movement, and Red Scare, but… Continue Reading →

It was a cold February, so we turned up the heat with Chilies!

By Chloe Rosette Chili peppers, known mostly for their fiery and distinct flavor, are a fruit to spice up your health. Chilis are a versatile food and can be eaten cooked, raw, dried, or powdered. Most of the time you… Continue Reading →

Bubble Tea: from Taiwan to Stony Brook

You’ve probably seen people with bubble tea on campus, but here’s some history behind these colorful drinks.

Don’t Like Sushi? Try Kimbap

Jasmine is serving kimbap! But what makes it different from sushi? Well there’s two main differences…

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