The Fall 2016 issue of Holy Cross Magazine — dubbed “The Food Issue”— delves in to what we eat, where it comes from, and who we eat with and why.
“Food is something each of us experiences every day, multiple times a day, but in completely different ways,” interim editor Maura Sullivan Hill writes in the editor’s note. “Some of us are vegans who love kale, others are carnivores who can’t get enough cheeseburgers and many of you are chocolate lovers (count me among that group!). In our food-themed issue, you’ll find something to digest no matter your tastes.”
The five feature stories in the Food Issue explore food sourcing, food justice, and food communities:
The issue also looks at how the food industry works and the role that Holy Cross alumni play in keeping it all moving, as chefs, restaurant owners, food bloggers, beer brewers, farmers, restaurant publicists, ingredient suppliers and more. Read short stories and Q&As with these alumni in the “Small Plates” section.
Holy Cross Magazine, the quarterly alumni publication of the College of the Holy Cross, is mailed to alumni and friends of the College and is also available online at magazine.holycross.edu. HCM includes intriguing profiles, make-you-think features, alumni news, exclusive photos and more. Visit magazine.holycross.edu/about to contact us or submit alumni class notes.
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