‘Take What You Need’: Fighting Student Hunger at Kellogg Community CollegeNovember 12, 2019 |
by Elena Durnbaugh
It’s an inconspicuous shelf nestled in the corner of the Whitmore Building Lobby on the campus of Kellogg Community College.
“Bruin Basket,” says a sign on the wall. “Take what you need, and leave what you can.”
Between paying for tuition, books and rent, many college students have a hard time paying for affordable, nutritious groceries. As a result, many go to class hungry.