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recent studies show that about a third of students find themselves choosing between necessities. Often, this means making food a low priority, resulting in food insecurity. When someone suffers from food insecurity, it means they don’t know where their next meal is coming from, or when they might be able to buy more groceries on a meager budget that is already stretched thin.

Food insecurity has a domino effect of negative outcomes, including lower graduation rates. Many people may not realize that college students are at … Read more “Student Food Insecurity Addressed by New SIS Food Box Program”