Student Paul Krantz makes an argument for a new alternative to the lawn on Lone Mountain
Weekly farm stand provides produce straight from the student-cultivated organic garden.
USF races to pile up recyclables, while students are unaware of the national recycling competition, ending March 27th.
The prices of BART are increasing giving commuters less incentive to leave their cars at home when paying for gas is about the same.
Local food growers displayed fresh produce for sale and offered samples of juices and nuts to buy. Curious fingers tentatively picked through barrels of leafy greens and herbs from a local farmer, and bagged up handfuls to take home. Plates filled with epicurean treats like cheese-less pizza and turkey burgers topped with fresh salsa. Mouths were flowing with excited conversation about fresh, locally grown foods and the environment. Or as one student put it, “Why is the caf so weird today?”