Danielle's Bread & (a bit of) Butter

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Oct
2019

Today's blog post comes from Environmental Intern Taylor Roe.

Hey Gauchos! Have you heard about Sustainability Week? In order to promote sustainability at UC Santa Barbara, Residential Dining Services hosts Sustainability Week once per year in the dining halls. From October 21st-25th this year, there will be tables in each of...
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15

Oct
2019

Today's blog post comes from Environmental Intern Taylor Roe!

By taking a quick look around any space filled with UCSB students, it is easy to spot an array of colorful reusable water bottles, plastered with eco-friendly stickers. These versatile containers are good for keeping your water cold, but they do more than that-...
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08

Oct
2019

With sleepless nights and a busy schedule, it can be difficult to get through the day without caffeine, and as a result, an increasing number of young Americans are relying on energy drinks for a quick pick-me-up. Drinks such as Monster, coffee, and Bang are all beverages college students consume to get through long days of classes...
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03

Oct
2019

Many students find themselves more frequently under the weather once moving away from the comforts of home, a phenomenon that is commonly blamed on a lack of mom’s TLC. Students find themselves in a new environment, sharing not only a room, but also communal showers, sinks, and other common spaces...
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26

Sep
2019

Pumpkin
What do you think of when you picture the arrival of fall - a crisp breeze? Falling leaves? Cozy sweaters? What about pumpkins? Originating in North America, this item from the squash family always seems to make an appearance during the fall across the globe. Whether you carve them or incorporate them into your autumn-inspired meals...
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11

Jun
2019

Happy Tuesday Gauchos! Today's post comes from Enviromental Intern Rhianna Haynie-Cion.
 
Upon moving off-campus and into my first house in Isla Vista, I showed up with two bowls, two plates, two cups, and two mugs, and proceeded to spend the next few weeks switching back and forth between microwaving ramen and...
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05

Jun
2019

Stress
Happy Wednesday Gauchos! Today's post comes from Enviornmental Intern Rhianna Haynie-Cion. Enjoy!
 
Once again, it’s nearing finals time: the time of the quarter where mental, physical, and emotional health are completely sacrificed, often leaving students exhausted and drained before even getting to their...
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29

May
2019

This week's blog post comes from Environmental Intern Jasmine Jefferies. Enjoy.
 
Some of my favorite healthy recipes are inspired by Kate Taylor, who is a full time blogger. Her blog, Cookie and Kate, focuses on healthy vegetarian meals that are quick and easy to make. She emphasizes the importance of whole...
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21

May
2019

Avocado and Banana
With yesterday being Green Monday at DLG we figured this would be a great time to touch on food and climate change.
 
Believe it or not, the food we consume on a day-to-day basis has a huge impact on the climate. If we all become a little bit more conscious about the food we eat, then we have the power to...
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14

May
2019

Today's blog post comes from Environmental Intern Rhianna Haynie-Cion. She reviews the principles of intuitive eating.
 
Intuitive eating is the principle that your body is a beautiful thing that needs to be nourished, and that restrictive...
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