As we all come back together for a Notre Dame semester like no other, one collective goal we have is to stay strong, stay well, and should we be exposed or become ill from Covid-19, give our body the tools to rebound quickly.
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What's for lunch today? 🤔— Campus Dining (@NDCampusDining) September 3, 2020
A few tips from author and dietitian Rebecca Scirtchfield on Body Kindness in the new year.
Jocie Antonelli, Nutrition Program Manager for Campus Dining investigates the old adage "An apple a day keeps the doctor away" to see how true it actually is.
Check out 10 Mindful Eating Quotes from Dr. Susan Albers.
Pictured above is Executive Pastry Chef Sinai Vespie putting the final touches on a chocolate sculpture at a special event held at the University. Scroll down to see a photo gallery of her work and that of her team.(Photos provided by Campus Dining)
It wasn’t just another day in the office for Executive Pastry Chef…
Editor’s note: During this unprecedented time, faculty and staff members are, as always, HERE for Notre Dame students. Whether work is done physically on campus or remotely, the collective purpose remains to offer an unsurpassed undergraduate education that nurtures the mind, body and spirit; and to advance human understanding through scholarship, research and post-baccalaureate programs that heal, unify and enlighten. HERE is one story.…
Bev Harbor and Renee Redding, Morris Inn team members, deliver meals from the Morris Inn kitchen to students in quarantine and isolation. (Photo by Matt Cashore/University of Notre Dame)
When Bev Harbor, a 30-year banquet captain at the Morris Inn, stepped into her new role as a COVID-19 food coordinator it was second nature to her.…
Dining on campus will be different this fall. Please familiarize yourself with our updated policies for dining in our dining halls and retail locations.