They both drove bulbous, yellowy-orange VW buses, managed vegetarian/vegan restaurants earlier in their lives, attended the University of New Hampshire in the 90’s, and held tentative interests in entering the corporate world. Tentative only.
While Bates has made an incredible effort over the years to improve efficiency and reduce waste at Commons (through efforts such as diverting approximately 82 percent of waste away from landfills and donating uneaten food to homeless shelters), we.
To the undiscerning palette, milk from an industrial farm in Texas is no different than milk from a smaller, local farm in Maine. To those with sophisticated, discriminating senses of taste, the superior compositional qualities and subtly smooth.
First, they took our mugs. Now, just when we’ve finally come to know and love the 16-ounce disposable cup, they’ve robbed us of a precious four ounces, leaving the new cups at a measly 12 ounces. What’s next? Will they strip us of our chairs,.
Though we hear about sustainability all the time around campus, it is not the first thing that comes to mind when dining in Commons. Bates has made an incredible effort over the years to improve efficiency and reduce waste at Commons. The hefty.
Upon entering Commons, I am greeted by the fragrant array of dining options reliably with more warmth than my own friends. Maybe Commons’ food is my only real friend. When I don’t give it much attention, however, it might just be my worst enemy..