The answer is simple – we can cook for ourselves. A good cookbook, some basic cooking equipment and for those of you without a car, the twice weekly UR Special buses to Wegmans are all that are needed to escape one of the most dreaded parts of life on campus.

But we’re leading you astray – we aren’t really here to tell you about what you can cook taking twice weekly trips to Wegmans. Rather, we’ve taken on the more daunting task of figuring out what you can cook using only ingredients found at the Corner Store, using a bare minimum of supplies. Remember – this is only an abbreviated guide to what can be done. We’re assuming you already know how to make simpler recipes such as peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.

Lastly, don’t be afraid to experiment. Some of the most unusual and best mixtures of foods are ones that you wouldn’t expect to be good. Similarly, don’t fear failure – even the best chefs in the world have at some time made food that turned out surprisingly inedible. Just keep trying – you’ll get the hang of it. Lastly, good luck.

SDS protests field student support, concerns about administration

Last week, as the University ran its annual housing lottery for the upcoming year, SDS continued their protest on housing…

My love, cheesecake

I love you, cheesecake, and everything you are to me. 

A retrospective, After Hours

It is After Hours’ soloists that really make the EP, with voices from graduates I haven’t heard in years.