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    Maine Voices: Time to Cut Down on Unlimited Swipes in College Dining Halls [Press Herald]
    The way we approach our food systems and our daily meals should be considered a vital part of the undergraduate curriculum, writes College of the Atlantic President Darron Collins ’92. “Unlimited access to comfort foods might be enticing, but I find it misguided. We should be inspiring prospective students with how food is grown, prepared and consumed.”
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    A Radical Plan to Slow Climate Change: Eat Less Meat [Bloomberg]
    A report calling for major reductions in meat consumption in order to mitigate impending, catastrophic climate change from global warming is co-authored by College of the Atlantic global environmental politics professor Dr. Doreen Stabinsky.
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    COA Team Places in Food Innovation Challenge
    A team of College of the Atlantic students captures the judge’s attention at the New England Food System Innovation Challenge, finishing second place on the college track, and winning $500, with their pitch for a Veggie Van mobile produce market.