With finals approaching, it can be hard for students to avoid tunnel-vision and the looming anxieties about exams and culminating projects. Giving the brain a break to re-energize and rest is productive, and it might even boost that grade!
Community Kitchen Pittsburgh is a non-profit foundation that provides culinary training and job placement services to adults who face employment barriers. Launched in 2013, CKP helps people train for higher than entry-level positions, and the food the trainees prepare serves local schools and institutions. As an initiative, CKP is able to provide benefits at multiple levels … Continue reading CMU Dining Spotlight: Community Kitchen Pittsburgh
The CMU Pantry is committed to reducing hunger among students by providing nutritious food for free; improved food accessibility means an overall healthier campus community that can flourish. Brought to fruition by the Graduate Student Assembly’s Basic Needs Working Group and the Campus Food Insecurity Committee, the pantry opened on November 9, 2018 and served … Continue reading Visiting the CMU Pantry
With finals approaching, it can be hard for students to avoid tunnel-vision and the looming anxieties about exams and culminating projects. A psychology study at the University of Illinois, however, showed that participants who took occasional breaks from their task had an improved sense of focus and memory-retention, versus those who took no breaks. Giving … Continue reading It’s Time for a Study Break! Six Ways For Your Student to Unwind this Finals Season
Zack Masciopinto is a soccer player for the Carnegie Mellon Men’s Soccer team and a mechanical engineering major. Growing up in Chicago, Zack played club soccer as a child, continued the sport for all four years of high school and is now playing his fourth consecutive season as a senior at CMU. His schedule is … Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Student Athlete: Zack Masciopinto
Students on college campuses across the country are eating up the plant-forward movement. Good thing, too, because eating more plants, and fewer meat and dairy products, not only makes for a healthier you but also a healthier planet.
Nourish is an allergen-friendly kitchen at Carnegie Mellon University.
As a Carnegie Mellon student, you’re busy. When you're hungry, you don't want to stress about your next meal. Dining Plans make your eating decisions easy.
Maximize your study time during finals by nourishing your body with brain-boosting foods!
Carnegie Mellon Dining Services continues to strengthen its commitment to health and wellness for the campus community, and one exciting way it's exemplified that this academic year is through the hiring of Jessica Tones, the newest member of the Dining Services team serving as a registered dietitian, nutrition educator, and marketing coordinator.