Slow Life, Fast Life; "Disciplined" Narratives in the Slow Food Manifesto

This project examines the Slow Food Manifesto for the ideas most salient and fundamental to the alternative food movement.

Student Access to Fruits and Vegetables

According tot he undergraduate reseacrh survey condicuted in 2012 and 2014, about 25% of UC students report having skipped meals in order to save money. This finding was indicative of a food insecurity issue on campus, and I was interested in learning how deep this food insecurity issue wan.

Food Justice: Personal Responsibility and Obesity

Globesity: Personal Responsibity vs. Corporate Liability and Governmentality.

Rough Draft. Visuals being finalized.

 

 

 

“The Costliness of Brokeness"

How can broke people improve their financial and nutritional consumption by exploring more disciplined means of staying alive inside of a food desert environment?

Curbside Compost Pickup and Public Awareness in San Diego

San Diego has some serious waste reduction goals on the horizon. In order for the city to meet these goals the public will need to be made more aware of the situation and educated on possible solutions.

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