Challenging Stereotypes: Students Can Have a Significant Impact in the Fight to End Hunger

Younger generations often are characterized in the media as materialistic, self-centered, unmotivated and disengaged. They’re glued to their smartphones, uninterested in the world around them. They don’t believe in working hard, yet feel entitled. These certainly aren’t the characteristics we associate with change agents. But studies are showing that Generations Y and Z are more […]

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Too Hungry to Concentrate: THI releases report to help Texas schools navigate breakfast program access

By Jordan Corona, Baylor University senior and journalism major Hunger pangs are mean things. Stomach it. Swallow it. Close your eyes. Try to block out all of your thoughts. At least when you’re thinking of nothing it doesn’t hurt as much. It’s hard though, because, right now, all you really want to think about is […]

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