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IWU’s Passport to Culture sparks conversation

IWU’s Passport to Culture sparks conversation

What does diversity really mean? More than you thinkBy Hannah Stumpf | Echo On Nov. 16, Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU) hosted Passport to Culture from 6 to 9 p.m. The event was hosted by IWU’s Cultural Ambassadors, a group comprised of eight students, similar to Office of Intercultural Programs (OIP) or […]

by · December 8, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
With exquisite-looking dishes such as these, it’s hard to imagine executing one’s own Thanksgiving plans without a mishap. (Photograph provided by Jennifer Moore)

Rethinking the Thanksgiving table

Not all traditions have to stay the same this November seasonBy Joshua Henreckson | Contributor  Okay, so you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner. It doesn’t matter how it happened — maybe it’s longstanding tradition, or maybe your aunt Carol is bedridden with influenza — whatever the reason, you now bear the horrifying […]

by · November 17, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
A little taste of home

A little taste of home

Reviews of the family recipes hosted in the DCBy Jori Hanna | Echo  The sound of forks hitting plates, the murmur of intentional community and the wafting mixtures of various foods. Welcome to the Hodson Dining Commons, where one can eat as much as they want as long as they […]

by · October 6, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Put your money where your mouth is

Put your money where your mouth is

Practical ways to a healthier lifestyleBy Keely Krebs | Contributor The facts: we’re in college, and we like food. And, for those of us who have a smaller meal plan, when we don’t go to the Dining Commons or LaRita Boren Campus Center, eating out is a reflex at this […]

by · September 22, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Editorials
The Bridge Cafe is the best place for a friendship to bloom and strengthen. (Photograph by Katherine Yeager)

The heart of Upland

The Bridge Cafe is bringing revitalization backBy Braden Ochs | Echo Walking through the Bridge front door is a warm, welcoming sensation for customers all around. Paintings, photographs, sculptures and books huddle around the group of wood tables. Vintage lights glow, making the tables radiate themes of focus and community. […]

by · August 25, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Features
Are you salivating for something a little out of the ordinary? Try a bite at the Global Market. (Graphic by Becca Eis)

Global Market recipes

Check out this recipes and try a bite at the Global Market.Shrimp Ecuadorian Ceviche Ceviche is a popular seafood dish typically made with raw fish cured in citrus juice and spiced. Start to finish: 30 minutes Recipe provided by Carolina Ortiz and Ruben Bedon Ingredients 2 red onions, sliced thinly 2 […]

by · April 7, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · Arts & Entertainment
Braden Ochs is the Life and Times staff writer, always providing valuable material to the section.

Getting on the gravy boat

Things you should do for ThanksgivingBy Braden Ochs | Echo Many Thanksgiving traditions carry over from year to year, but there’s also room to experiment with new ideas. Here are some fun things to try at this year’s Thanksgiving feast: 1. Write a sonnet When your family sits around the […]

by · November 18, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times
Terry Himelick, farm manager at Victory Acres, has lived in the area his entire life.

The story of your lunch

People make your food; chickens eat the leftoversBy Becca Robb | Echo  This is the second in a series of four articles researching environmental sustainability on campus. Topics include electricity, water, food and material waste.   Before lunch As the bell tower tolls 11 a.m., students begin trickling down the stairs […]

by · November 18, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Features, News
Family food

Family food

Son takes over father’s catering company The love of cooking might be hereditary. Over 35 years ago, Larry Couch founded Peace & Plenty Catering. Now his son, Josh Couch, is taking over as Larry plans for retirement. On your webpage, it says you bought the Peace & Plenty restaurant after […]

by · September 30, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Local/Indiana
Yummies for your tummies at the front desk today!

Front desk food feud

The best deals in on-campus snacksBy LeighAnn Wolle | Echo Front Desks are for much more than mail—Each desk is like a mini grocery store. While all of the desks have the fundamental chips, candy bars and Ramen, each has unique offerings as well. Prices also vary from dorm to dorm. […]

by · September 9, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · Life & Times