University of Kansas student-led campus garden aims to fight food insecurity and give students a way to be active during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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ActUpKU coalition candidates Niya Denise McAdoo and Ethan Roark outline their plans for office, if elected, and discuss some of the platforms they have released, in hopes of bettering KU.
Lawrence Freedgin’ Kansas, an organization that aims to fight food insecurity, had its community fridge shut down due to city code violations. The fridge is now in the alley behind Latchkey Deli.
Last week, KU scholarship halls opened their community kitchens for the first time since the pandemic started. Not having the kitchens open caused some obstacles for students.
Any student can sign up to receive a box of food for Thanksgiving break from Food for Jayhawks by Nov. 20.
The Campus Cupboard provides curbside pickup at the Memorial Union near the ATM entrance to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. It's open 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The University of Kansas Food for Jayhawks committee is pushing to spread awareness and provide resources for KU students and faculty who experience food insecurity.
Local food pantry Just Food reaches food insecure populations in Douglas County and works with the University of Kansas to increase donations throughout October. Food donations will be accepted at this year's Late Night in the Phog.