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Thursday, October 22, 2020

Art Soup

Copy by Angelica Lopez and Photos by Chelsea Westman

They say soup is good for the soul.

Whether it’s cold outside or a student needs a pick-me-up, soup is a go to option that provides both comfort and a solution to hunger.

Art soup is a service started by Art professor Monika Ramirez-Wee to feed students who are hungry between classes. She makes the soup herself, and Food Forward, a nonprofit organization, donates the fruits and vegetables.

Students can help themselves to a bowl every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. up on the Art Hill in front of room 3302.

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