Brunchin’ with Joe: Breakfast sandwhiches
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Brunchin’ with Joe: Breakfast sandwhiches

I believe there are very few breakfast options better than the breakfast sandwich. If done right, this combination of bread (or bagel), meat, cheese and egg can be both delicious and nutritious. All clichés about breakfast being the most important meal of the day aside, a breakfast sandwich can be the filling, energizing breakfast that…

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A (super)market: Whole Foods

After months of construction, St. Paul’s new Whole Foods store has finally opened. The Vintage on Selby — the mixed-use development at the corner of Selby and Snelling which contains this store — is finally complete. Whole Foods celebrated their grand opening in mid-March, over spring break. Now that the novelty has worn off, the…

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College sued for Title IX investigation against student

In a recently dropped federal lawsuit, a former Macalester student sued Macalester and the Department of Education for violating his right to due process and failing to provide him reasonable accommodations for his disabilities during an Title IX investigation against him. During his attendance at Macalester, the student was investigated by the college for an alleged case of sexual assault. The student’s appeal for a restraining order against Macalester, which would have prevented them from carrying out his investigation while the suit was pending, was denied, and the student withdrew the lawsuit and withdrew from the school a few days later.

Brunchin’ with Joe
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Brunchin’ with Joe

Spring is finally here, and the snow is melted, so the thought of venturing out into the Twin Cities for food is a lot more appealing now. Last Saturday, my friend Lia and I celebrated the beginning of spring break and the unseasonably warm weather by going to a phenomenal brunch spot in Lowertown St….

Condemned building on Grand finally to come down
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Condemned building on Grand finally to come down

The long-abandoned building at 1659-1669 Grand Avenue, formerly the home of Cat-Man-Do Restaurant, has been declared condemned by the City of St. Paul and will be demolished over the next few months. The building, located across from Shish and just east of the Grand Cambridge Apartments, has been a nuisance to Macalester over the years,…

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Landreman takes leave of absence for Semester at Sea

Associate Dean of Students Lisa Landreman will be away from Macalester most of this semester, as she serves as Assistant Executive Dean on the Semester at Sea study away program. Semester at Sea is a study away program for approximately 500 undergraduates, that travels around the world on a cruise ship. The current voyage that…

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On-campus Thanksgiving dinner planned

If you were staying in the area for Thanksgiving, and thought you’d have nowhere to go, look no further: there will be a full Thanksgiving dinner for students in the Summit House. The meal, jointly funded by Residential Life and the MCSG Community Chest, will be available for up to 30 students. According to Merrit…

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100 Mealshares in, NÜDL is strong

After serving over 100 meals, NÜDL, the mealsharing service launched this summer, is still going strong. While NÜDL is staying loyal to its mission — bring Macalester students together by letting them share a meal — it has evolved and introduced new features that hope to make the startup stronger and more efficient. The idea…

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