“Got Milk?” The COVID-19 Food Dilemma: Part I, the Storefront

Don’t cry over spilled milk? Well, maybe we should. COVID-19 is forcing us to re-examine systems that have been in place for hundreds of years, including the grocery. But the grocery storefront is just a window into the unprecedented social and economic pressures we are facing as global citizens. In this two-part series, we talk about the evolution of the grocery store and how the current crisis is affecting the massive food network behind it.

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From Princeton to Toledo: Reflections from Three Young Travelers

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The windows of Sunshine Studios are lined with blooming paper flowers, illuminated by the morning sun. Sunshine Studios is filled with beautiful artwork, but...

A CITY IN TRANSIT gala x expo: 2019 Highlights

“Holy Toledo!” The Glass City On the Small Screen

“Holy Toledo!” It’s a ubiquitous phrase that might be the only reference many people have for the city of Toledo, Ohio. Despite being the...

Waiting for Toledo’s Tomorrow

Seventy-four years after the opening of an exhibit promising Toledoans a bright, monumental future, the city still awaits its tomorrow.

All Aboard: Reimagining Toledo & Its Union Station

A few specks of dust hang in the air of Toledo’s train station, still and silent, exposed by a light that gleams from the...

Poetry for People Who Hate Poetry: #6

It’s happening again. Even as we speak, elsewhere—in a college dorm, maybe, or some recess of the internet—a word is changing. Just as “cool” evolved in African-American...

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