Jennifer Thomson, assistant professor of History at Bucknell University, interviews Rosalie Rodriguez, Director of Multicultural Student Services. Thomson and Rodriguez discuss the issue of food insecurity on college campuses. Rodriguez discusses the factors which lead to campuses which do not support student dietary needs, as well as the cultural conceptions which contribute to food insecurity. She offered examples of policy and cultural changes that support food security for all students, and she mentioned the launch of a food pantry at Bucknell to support students. Guest Kelsey Hicks, Director of the Women's Resource Center, discussed the disproportionate impact of food insecurity on women.
Rosalie Rodriguez; Kelsey Hicks
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