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Posted: March 11, 2019

You don’t need Google Translate to understand, “you’re not welcome here.”

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Posted: March 11, 2019

A few weeks ago, to aid in our class-wide study of immigration, our English professor played a documentary video for us called Made in LA. I’m normally not much of a documentary fan, aside from the occasional true crime one, so frankly I was prepared to

My church
Posted: May 8, 2018

By: Ariana Guillen

Room Ceiling
Posted: April 30, 2018

By: Oren Allen

It was a beautiful building with huge stain glass windows. Music was playing, and the bright open room that we were in was full of energy. It was packed with over a hundred different people, seated at tables and ready to be served a warm meal. 

Replacing Beef with Vegetables
Posted: April 24, 2018

By Sarah Jo Tucker

CHC kicked off 'Earth Week' with a very important day: Meatless Monday. During lunch and dinner in the Fournier Cafeteria, there was no meat served at the hot food bar. Instead, options of pasta, vegetable, and tofu dishes were offered to students and faculty. 

Soup Kitchen
Posted: April 12, 2018

By: Alexis Stoner 

I knew food was a touchy subject. I didn’t realize it could be touchy for me.

Cycle of Childhood Obesity
Posted: April 5, 2018

By: Jamal Copeland-Harris

Posted: April 3, 2018

Here's how obesity is affecting the world.

By: Jamal Copeland-Harris

Disgusting School Food
Posted: March 25, 2018

A curse.

It's definitely a curse.

Food is a Human Right
Posted: March 23, 2018

By: Oren Allen

We’re all taught as tiny Kindergarteners (and often younger) about the basic needs of humans. To live we need food, water, and shelter, it’s common sense. Nobody can deny the fact that every human being needs food to live, so obviously we can consider food a human right. That's common knowledge, right? At least that's what I’ve always assumed, but in the midst of research for a paper I am writing, I got a reality check