Michelin star chef Dan Barber of Blue Hill at Stone Barns in New York wrote in his book The Third Plate that“in the rush to industrialize farming, we've lost the understanding, implicit since the beginning of agriculture, that food is a process, a web of relationships, not an individual ingredient or commodity.” For us to determine the best course of eating for the future we … [Read more...] about Plant-based dining on campus: The future of food
Metaverse: Everyone comes around eventually
Photo by Marius Masalar on Unsplash Say goodbye to the real world and hello to the Metaverse. A virtual world within reality, the Metaverse has gained much attention in the past few weeks due to Mark Zuckerberg’s announcement. Facebook will be going Meta. What exactly does this mean? How will day-to-day life change? How soon until you never have to leave the house … [Read more...] about Metaverse: Everyone comes around eventually
COP26 Glasgow: Has action finally been taken?
Image ©No10 Crown Copyright . 04/02/2020. London, United Kingdom. Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson with Sir David Attenborough talk to school children at the Science Museum for Launch of the UK hosting of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26). Picture by Andrew Parsons / No10 Downing Street More than 30,000 activists, politicians, and policy analysts have … [Read more...] about COP26 Glasgow: Has action finally been taken?
Dining In Galway: Trieste Café & Wine Bar
Photos courtesy of trieste_galway If you are looking for a new dining experience here in Galway, Trieste Café & Wine Bar is a terrific way to spend an evening out. Featuring a robust wine list with varietals from Portugal, Spain, Italy, Chile, New Zealand and of course France, it is not difficult to find the right wine for you. Trieste is a cute little wine bar located … [Read more...] about Dining In Galway: Trieste Café & Wine Bar