Seasoned Spoon Café

How To (Actually) Be Sustainable On A(n Actual) Budget, Actually
Bethan attempts to provide sustainability information on a budget, a task oft undertaken before her. Also know as: an Ode to the Seasoned Spoon
The Seasoned Spoon: A Food Haven On Campus
In this op-ed, Stephanie Spencer argues that there should be more dining options like the Seasoned Spoon on Trent's campus. From students living in residence to those who come to school for classes daily, food options are limited to the often-unhealthy offerings at the school's cafeterias.
The Case for Divestment
As the ramifications of climate change become ever more present, and the direct link between fossil fuels industries and global warming become ever more clear, Trent continues to finance the very same industry that in the 1980s privately predicted the apocalyptic consequences of oil and its emissions. Irene Suvillaga dives into the principles of divestment and its impact, fossil fuel companies’ influence on academia and Trent's reluctance to implement this action.
What's the Point?
We're back! Join us as we talk to Aimee Blyth and Cameron Teboekhorst about the Seasoned Spoon this fall, Zoe Easton of the Centre (CWTP) about recent changes to Walkhome and Madeleine Barberian of the Trent Film Society about some fresh movie recommendations.
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