Campus Kitchen

Pumpkins and pies: How to make it feel like fall even though it’s almost freezing

Sometimes it feels like there are two seasons in St. Louis: summer and winter. This is one of those times. With temperatures reaching the low 30s and snow constantly popping up in the forecast, it’s hard to remember that the season of pumpkins and knit sweaters is still upon us. Here are a few ways to remind yourself that it’s still fall, even if you need to wear a winter coat while doing them.

| Senior Scene Editor

Educating WU on hunger and homelessness

At a welcome reception on Thursday, Washington University’s Community Service Office welcomed a new member to the team whom the office hopes will become an invaluable resource for student groups and individuals. Lu Oros brings nearly 15 years of experience working with hunger and homelessness to the Community Service Office.

| Scene Reporter

Cook, deliver and serve through Campus Kitchen

Bam! After baking eggplant parmesan, boiling greens and dicing melon, a group of Washington University students delivered food to The Shalom House—a special needs women’s shelter—and spent an afternoon eating and playing Jenga with the residents last Saturday. This event was not a one-day volunteering endeavor. On the contrary, the event marked the inauguration of the University’s newly founded chapter of Campus Kitchen.

| Staff Reporter

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