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Hospitality RA, Residents Prepare Meal in Living-Learning Community

RA Lewis D. Robinson (center), in the kitchen with School of Hospitality colleagues Craig T. Capista, Samuel Bagel, Patrick J. Hrubes and Krista M. Fields With ingredients at the ready, Krista M. Fields, a baking and pastry arts major from Reading, prepares to make noodlesSeveral members of the Hospitality Living-Learning Community worked with their Resident Assistant, Lewis D. Robinson, on Friday to prepare a meal for one another (as well as any residents from the floor who wished to attend). Hospitality students worked with Robinson, a culinary arts and systems major from Bellefonte, on learning proper preparation of ingredients, including how to make noodles from scratch. Hospitality majors and nonculinary students alike enjoyed an evening of learning and tasting. Photos by Matthew C. Helf, coordinator of residence life

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