Food waste problems and how to solve them

Reid McClure, staff writer

April 9, 2019

Food waste is one of the many problems the world faces even to this day, particularly in this country. It is considered to be a threat to a healthy environment with all the resources people use to create the food such as land and trees. Not only that, it’s morally wrong as well because there are other hungry people in the world that needed the food that has been wasted more than anyone else. The amount of food that is wasted in the United States is about 30 to 40 percent according to the USDA’s Economic Research Service. This is the type of problem is also present even here on campus.

The life of a working college student

Reid McClure, Assistant Copy Editor

October 10, 2018

As we approach midterms, students often think about all the experience they’ve had in college so far, regardless if they are a new student or a returning student.

Dining center service times spark discussion

Tay Simmons and Shawn Hopkins

October 9, 2018

The Tecumseh Dining Center (TDC) hours seem to be a popular topic of debate among VU students on campus. While some students are on the fence about their stance on how the TDC hours work for their schedule, most seem to be on either one side or the other.