Campus Kitchen

Where Are They Now: Emily Bachman

2018-06-22T15:25:51+00:00November 4th, 2013|Categories: Home Stories, Internships, Where are they now?|Tags: , , , , , |

Emily Bachman (’13) was a prominent contributor to Wake Forest’s sustainability efforts throughout her four years as a student. She served as the president of the Student Environmental Action Coalition (SEAC), a shift leader and summer intern for Campus Kitchen, a regular volunteer in the Campus Garden, an intern with ARAMARK, where she worked to support [...]

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Summer Interns Serve Winston-Salem

2015-10-15T08:49:45+00:00June 24th, 2013|Categories: Dining and Food Systems, Get Involved - Students, Home Stories, Service and Outreach, Waste Reduction|Tags: , |

David Hale ('15) prepares to deliver to the SECU House Summer isn’t necessarily a vacation for Wake Forest students.  From late May to early August, The Campus Kitchen at Wake Forest, a student-run service organization, maintains full operations, serving 154 meals per week to underserved members of the Winston-Salem community.  Unlike during the spring [...]

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Fresh Market partnership saves tons of food from dumpsters

2015-10-15T08:50:36+00:00September 3rd, 2010|Categories: Dining and Food Systems, Equity, Faces of Sustainability, Get Involved - Students, Home Stories, Service and Outreach, Waste Reduction|Tags: , , |

Campus Kitchen has long been known for efforts in food justice on campuses across America. The university’s branch expanded these efforts in February through a unique partnership with high-end artisanal grocery store, The Fresh Market. Through Campus Kitchen, between 400 to 650 pounds of food each week are saved from the Winston-Salem Fresh Market dumpsters and [...]

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Faces of Sustainability: Shelley Graves

2012-06-27T05:12:54+00:00August 2nd, 2010|Categories: Culture, Equity, Faces of Sustainability, Home Stories, Stewardship|Tags: , , |

Campus Kitchen coordinator, Shelley Graves, is nearly incapable of wasting food, which makes her a good fit to lead the organization on campus responsible for redistributing dining and catering waste and channeling local food resources into the hands of those most in need. “I really like to eat, and I really like food. There are a [...]

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