By Rachel Hickey This happened to me I worked in a restaurant (I will not disclose the name because I don’t wanna getsued), but food safety has been a huge concern for […]
The Veggie Tales
By Madi Short This Happened to Me Every spring, my family plants a garden together, and we tend to it throughout thesummer. It is just a small garden that is grown at […]
Could “Veggie Days” Come to the “Freshman 15” Campus Meal Rescue?
By John Kling Comfort food and overeating in college are the downfalls for many, and I fell victimmyself at Shenandoah University last winter and spring. Even as an upper-class student, Ihad outdistanced […]
A New Chef in the Kitchen
By Lisa Kilmer Shenandoah University has a new catering chef. Jason Van Benschoten started working in the kitchen at Shenandoah when he was employed by Sodexo a little over a month ago. […]
I Can Eat the Fish I Catch, Right?
by Austin Partin One of my favorite memories that deals with food is always going fishing with my Papaand keeping the fish that we caught throughout the day for dinner. My Papa […]
From Cage to Burrito
by Jacey Lanier Every night at work one of the many tasks I have to complete is marinating the chicken we will need for the next day. Looking down at the massive […]
Addressing the Problem with the Lack ofAffordable and Accessible Foods
By Emma Nicely I grew up in a tiny town in Virginia where I was fortunate enough to be exposed to or introduced to many things that other people are not. Gardening, […]
Benefits of Nutritional Outreach Programs
by Fallon Spittel As a college student, I struggle to buy groceries every week because I end up spending too much on other expenses. I try to eat healthily and stick to […]
What is Dairy Doing to Us?
by Kelsi Ross During the first summer of Covid, my sister decided to go dairy-free in hopes it would help her eczema. In solidarity and hopes of a little weight loss, I […]
by Ashley Carrier How many pesticides have you encountered today? If you say none, you will be shocked by the wide use of pesticides in your daily life. There was a time […]
Hunger Among College Students
by Anna Shenk I am a college student who strives to have and create healthy relationships with foods. I live on a college campus where my access to foods I want, and […]
What Really Happens to Cows?
by Hailey Moore There used to be a cow at the barn that my cousin went to for horseback riding lessons. When I would go and visit her family she would always […]
Buzz Bites: How to make chicken burrito bowls on a college budget
Making a full home-cooked meal on a college budget can be tricky, but we share just how to do it here as part of our Buzz Bites series.
Buzz Bites: Interdisciplinary Town Hall projects highlight global food issues
Students in Kelley Crowley’s spring 2017 Applied Writing class participated in one aspect of their Town Hall on Feb. 28 in which students were challenged to create a piece of literature based on a certain topic that would be interpreted by dance majors in their Town Hall class.
Buzz Bites: Experience Winchester’s Aroma’s Deli
Two of The Buzz’s photographers went to downtown Winchester to experience a locally-owned restaurant that they recommend.
Buzz Bites: The unique experience of Winchester’s Snow White Grill
Snow White Grill is one of the most famous restaurants in Winchester, but does it live up to all the hype?