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Does cost of food hinder healthy living choices?

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By Elyse Kuhn Staff Writer America is one of the most obese countries on the planet. I think a lot of people want to be healthier, but it is not that easy. A lot of people think that if they want to be healthy they have to exercise rigorously and that alone will get them…

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Does cost of food hinder healthy living choices?

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America is one of the most obese countries on the planet. I think a lot of people want to be healthier, but it is not that easy. A lot of people think that if they want to be healthy they have to exercise rigorously and that alone will get them the results they desire. However,…

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The cookie monster inside us all

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By Hunter Samuelson Contributing Writer We have all heard the voice. It’s up and ready by seven in the morning to allure you, tempt you, haunt you. There’s no way you won’t run into it throughout your day. It’s the voice of the Hickey Cookie. But maybe it’s not the cookie for you. Maybe it’s…

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Bonnies love this

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And That’s a Wrap I know that when I’ve had a bad day or have just survived Natty Lab, the one thing that I can always count on to turn my day around is an RC wrap. And yes, I do still miss the old to-go boxes that didn’t involve saran wrap, but nothing beats…

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Stores lack cheap single-serving options

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By Sean O’Brien Assistant Opinion editor  There are few things I don’t like about college life. I don’t mind being busy. I don’t even mind being broke. Generally, I’m happy to be (in most ways) the stereotypical college student, especially living in the townhouses, except for one particular activity. I despise grocery shopping while I’m…

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Schools need to keep healthy food instead of dishing out empty calories

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By: Deirdre Spilman Associate editor  Beggars cannot be choosers. Sadly, some schools have trouble grasping this concept. Schools across the country are abandoning the federal lunch program because students are scoffing at the healthy options and it’s causing schools to lose money. School districts that rejected the program say the reimbursement received was making up…

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Canticle Farm boasts fruitful contributions to agriculture

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By Jackie Roberts Contributing Writer A rare treasure exists only a few minutes away from St. Bonaventure University. Canticle farm is approximately three miles from campus and remains a beacon for environmentally-friendly agriculture. Canticle Farm, located in Allegany, is a not-for-profit, community-supported organization sponsored by the Franciscan Sisters of Allegany (FSA). Local residents who dedicate…

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