A number of Washington University students have expressed concern over a recent scandal at Schnucks in which customers who paid with credit and debit cards later found themselves subjected to fraud.
In late October, health officials in St. Louis notified the general public of an E. coli outbreak in the region. Speculation pointed toward lettuce at five Schnucks supermarkets as the source of the deadly bacteria (which is now not proven), and officials from both the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control were summoned to St. Louis for investigation and treatment.
In their second year at Wash. U., some students begin the process of moving off campus. Many will remain on campus for their four years; however, 21 percent of the student body does live off campus. This figure only takes into account off-campus living situations that are unaffiliated with Wash. U.
If we are, in fact, what we eat, then many of the inhabitants of the Washington University campus are probably macaroni and cheese. With this in mind, I decided to conduct a survey of mac n’ cheese options available at a local grocery store.