Just Like Mom Used to Make

By Nihal Anishetty
I have pulled pork. A lot of pulled pork. Far too much pulled pork.

Cure for the Drunchies

By Alex Baad

    Let’s get one thing straight. The Drunk Munchies, affectionately known as

the Drunchies, are a serious problem that affects thousands of students on this

campus every weekend.

A Whole New World

By Kaitlynn Bayne

           People are often shocked when I tell them I have never liked sandwiches.

A Taste of Down Under

By Alex Baad

    G’day mates from the land down under: Australia!

Michiganian Homesick Blues

By Ian Graves

After signing my lease for an apartment over the summer, I have slowly come to realize how little I have been home in the past year, and how long it will be until I am back in my own bed.

The Chicken and the General

The Chicken and the General

Written by Brendan Wu & Illustrated by Christina Bennett

Mention General Tso on the streets in China—his name is spelled Zuo, pronounced  “zwoh” on the Mainland, by the way—and history buffs might recognize the 19th century military man whose campaigns bought some time for the rapidly crumbling Chinese Empire...

In Defense of British Food

By Austin Raymond

Three weeks ago, I packed my life into two 20 kg suitcases and shipped off to the land of tea, royalty, and constant drizzle for six months of intellectual bliss...

The Dining Hall Dream Team

By Christian Bueche

We all know not all dining halls were created equal. Some are simply bigger, better, and tastier than others (*cough* SQuad)... 

International Fast Food

By Julien Heidt

Vincent: And you know what they call a... a... a Quarter Pounder with Cheese in Paris?...

Guns, Germs, and Quinoa?

By Amy Tan

Earlier in January a sensational article, “Can Vegans Stomach the Unpalatable Truth about Quinoa?”, was released in response to an alleged quinoa shortage in South America, specifically Bolivia--one of the largest South American exporters... 

Breaking Some Eggs

By Nihal Anishetty

I bought a dozen eggs today. But Nihal, you find yourself asking, how on Earth are you going to eat twelve whole eggs by yourself...