College of Liberal Arts

Getting a Taste of Food Sustainability

During the three-week Sustainable Food Systems of Sicily and Florence program, students toured local and regional food producers, discussing the ethical and environmental considerations for food production and consumption.

Student activity grant brings Mobile Market to campus

Emma Mentz, a junior in the College of Liberal Arts (Twin Cities), first became interested in food insecurity when she saw how many of her classmates were getting free or reduced lunch. She became even more involved when a food shelter in her hometown of Faribault, Minnesota, closed during the pandemic. 

Studying Abroad and Finding a Personal Identity

Zeel Patel spent the fall 2021 semester on the Learning Abroad Center’s Psychology and Research in Madrid program. She interned at the Cajal Institute, a research center in neurobiology named for the father of modern neuroscience.