Forget the Crisis: What's for Lunch?
by Elisabeth T., Concordia Applied Journalism
What’s in your lunch box today?
The temporary imposition of “home lunch” has everyone bringing a taste of home to school. Or maybe they're just ordering…
Let’s peek into some lunch boxes to see how this situation is affecting the midday meal of our fellow Concordians.
Despite the lunch room dilemma, the food issues haven’t ruffled the students in a lasting way. Not only does everyone seem to be enjoying their food in a communal sense, there’s a substantial savings of time by avoiding the lunch lineups. Is it possible that a longer available time to eat has brought us closer together?
The new temporary food system is compelling us to take a break from the fast paced rhythm of school and that is something that we can all appreciate. What was a potentially negative event has been turned into a positive one through the Concordia spirit.
Elisabeth T. is a Concordia Applied Journalism student. She a co-publisher of Lis’ Luna and she likes sneaking into peoples’ lunch boxes.