The Vermont Cynic

Extra swipes won’t fix food insecurity

Extra swipes won't fix food insecurity

Kim Henry

April 12, 2019

When my friend told me about the University’s Swipe Out Hunger program, I thought UVM had finally solved my biggest grievance: eating on campus. I live off campus, so it’s hard to prep enough food to get through long days. I wouldn’t identify as “food insecure,” but I definitely can’t afford...

SGA takes steps to end food insecurity

Sophomore Emilie Begin looks through shirts at the Vermont Student Environmental Program's thrift shop initiative called Cat's Closet, located in the Rosa Parks Room in the Davis Center.

Sawyer Loftus, Assistant Breaking News Editor

November 27, 2018

To help fix food insecurity at UVM, a food pantry and meal swipe bank program will soon come to campus. Two surveys given to the UVM community found that 17 to 25 percent of undergraduate students at UVM don’t have access to enough food. SGA President Ethan Foley, a junior, has been working on a food...

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