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Get your plate in shape

The next time you sit down for a bite to eat in the new cafeteria, Jazzman’s, or WOW, take a look at your plate. If you are staring at a hamburger, fried chicken wings, cookies, or fries you need to re-evaluate your plate. Eating fried foods containing limited nutritional value leads to obesity, atherosclerosis, stroke, diabetes, and high cholesterol later in life. Full story

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Food and nutrition students hold dorm forums on healthy eating

Students majoring in food and nutrition held forums in the dormitories to listen to what the students had to say about healthy eating and to educate them on portion sizes, healthy eating options, and foods that should be eaten in larger or lesser quantities. Full story

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It's our moment

I've noticed the increased push for the university to be more intertwined with the town and though that is in part due to President Rochon's involvement in community meetings and discussion, we also need to look at the way Lindsey Lunsford's campaign took both the university and the town by storm. Full story

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U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to speak at Tuskegee University

America's highest ranking military officer will visit the university and honor Tuskegee's rich military history. On Tuesday, Feb. 21, Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, the 18th chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, will address students in the university's ROTC (Army, Air Force and Naval) programs in the ballroom at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center at Tuskegee University at 3 p. Full story