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Comfort Food: The Cupboard Helps Feed Students in Need


A Dining Services employee pulls food from The Cupboard's shelves for a client to pick up.
A Dining Services employee pulls food from The Cupboard’s shelves for a client to pick up.

From the Spring 2017 Penn College Magazine: Anecdotal evidence, referrals from vigilant faculty and results of a student questionnaire prompt Dining Services to establish a free-food pantry for students who might otherwise go hungry. Read “Comfort Food.”

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