The Spectrum

Appreciating Second Lunch

Appreciating Second Lunch

Lachen Reid, Contributing Writer

November 2, 2018


Filed under REVIEWS

The beginning of a new semester brings new classes and new teachers to students, but possibly the most important new addition to the Blake student’s life is the infamous Google document which contains the most heart-breaking or ecstasy-inducing piece of information: Whether their schedule is fille...

The problem with our lunchroom

The problem with our lunchroom

Chapel Puckett, Co-Editor-in-Chief

April 28, 2016


Filed under OPINIONS, TOP STORIES

Healthy eating behavior is one of the most important habits that people must form at a young age. The President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition states, “Dietary habits established in childhood often carry into adulthood, so teaching children how to eat healthy at a young age will hel...

Learning lunch creates space for education and reflection

Learning lunch creates space for education and reflection

Chapel Puckett, Managing Editor

November 24, 2015


Filed under NEWS, STUDENT LIFE, TOP STORIES

“For those of us who live at the shoreline / standing upon the constant edges of decision / crucial and alone,” Marie Michael recited. The learning lunch began with a recitation of Audre Lorde’s poem “A Litany for Survival.” Lorde’s poem encapsulates the emotional events in recent weeks regarding th...

You can help alleviate the lunch crunch

Isabel Graham '15, Contributing Writer

December 3, 2013


Filed under OPINIONS

Chicken tenders. Santa Fe rice bowl.  Pasta bar. These might be your favorite dishes served in the lunch room, but they are also three of the several lunches that force us students to stand in seemingly endless lunch lines.  “So what?” you might think.   “Does it really matter if the lunch...

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