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Residence hall nutrition offers range of healthy choices

The Risks of Meningitis SEPARI
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By Lindsey Alpert
Daily Staff Reporter
The days of cafeteria workers dishing
out slop may have met their match as res-
idence halls attempt to cater to students
with comment cards, menus planned by
nutritionists and the incorporation of
additional menu items.
"We overhaul the master menu every

summer and then we meet every other
week throughout the school year to
update that;' housing nutrition specialist
Barbara Howe said. "We incorporate any
special events, student activities and pro-
duction problems into choosing a menu."
About 50-75 menu items were added
this past year, most being vegetarian and
vegan dishes. Vegan products do not
contain any animal products, including

meat, milk and eggs. The soup stocks
were also changed so a vegan soup is
always offered. Entrees consist of a
meat, a vegetarian cheese and vegan dish
to allow students to chose. There are also
other items served on the vegetarian
bars, deli bars, yogurt bars and salad bars
that can help serve students' dietary
needs.
"Customer demand certainly runs this

process,' Howe said. "We have comment
cards and they weigh heavily on the
changes."
If a new addition to the menu is served
and there is a negative student reaction,
the item is removed from the menu. "I
would say that the chicken and broccoli
bake is the most popular entree," Howe
said. "But of course people like ham-
burgers, tacos and lasagna."
Howe, a certified nutritionist, ana-
lyzes all the foods placed on the menus
and prepares nutrition labels that are pre-

sent when the food is served. These cards
include the number of calorie, carbohy-
drate content, protein content and fat
content, as well as what vitamins and
minerals the dish provides.
Some foods are given an MSmart
label, indicating that the food is healthy
and nutritious. In order to be considered
an MSmart dish, the item must meet cer-
tain requirements. Entrees must contain
no more than 12.75 grams of fat and
greater than 10 grams of protein.
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Nancy Reagan has just p
new book called "I Love You
It is a collection of Ronald's
to Nancy throughout the ye
letters, as they were meant to

I

Young plays it
raw and hard
Aging boomers might think fondly
of "Harvest" and younger fans might
only be familiar with works follow-
ing his 1995 collaboration with Pearl
Jam, "Mirror Ball." However, an

another aspect of
our old president,
Mr. Reagan:
Ronald the
Sweetie Pie.
"My Darling,
Do you know that
when you sleep
you curl your fists
under your chin
and many morn-
ings when it is
barely dawn I lie
facing you and
looking at you
until finally I
have to touch you
ever so lightly so
you won't wake

Y
G!
Han
Ca
Pro'

often overlooked
Tonight's the
Night
Nei! Young
Warner/Reprise 1975
Reviewed by
Daily Arts Writer
Sheila McClear
Chapman

highlight of Neil
Young's career
is his 1975
r e c o r d,
"Tonight's the
Night."
"Tonight's the
Night" is a har-
rowing album
fueled largely
by the despair
that comes with

disintegrating relationships and the
deaths of close friends. Young
addresses in particular the guilt and
anguish resulting from the drug
overdoses of his guitarist Danny
Whitten and close friend and roadie
Bruce Berry. The album's perfor-
mances are raw and sudden, produc-
ing a spare and unpolished sound
that contrasts with even the most
abrasive of Young's previous work.
"Tonight's the Night" is also is
full of hope - without glimpses of
light such a work would collapse
under its own weight.
The mood of "Tonight's the Night"
was anguish, despair, sadness and
naked emotion. Young speaks of the
frailty of life when he addresses Berry
in the title track: "Late at night when
the people were gone he used to pick
up my guitar/and sing a song in his
shaky voice that was real as the day
was long."
Other tracks range from the airy and
touching "New Mama" to "Roll
Another Number" a closing-time bar-
room sing-along. On the haunting
"Albuquerque' Young's guitar wan-
ders and drifts like smoke as he
dreams of taking off just to be alone.
The emotional range of "Tonight's
the Night" swings from down-and-out
and frail to raucous and crazed, which
seems appropriate for an album that
Young once succinctly stated to be "all
about life, dope and death." Listeners
accustomed to polished folk records
such as "Harvest" will be surprised at
the raw, uncompromising sound of
"Tonight's the Night." In fact,
Warner/Reprise considered the record
to be commercially difficult. However,
the uncommercial elements of
"Tonight's the Night" are the very
ones that give it such urgency and
honesty.

Drank till you drop
A festival of great tasting beer

By Darren Ringel
Daily Arts Writer
The football team may have lost last
Saturday, but those who decided to
attend the beer tasting event at
Dominick's that evening certainly
won.
This 8th Annual Microbrewery Beer
Tasting featured I1 Michigan micro-
breweries that combined to bring about
50 unique bers. Some of these brew-
eries included the more well-known
brands such as Bell's, Arcadia and
Michigan Brewery while some newer
and less-known brands such as Local
Color, Boyne River and Founder's also
tagged along. The event had an admis-
sion fee of S10 that included all the
beer one could drink as well as free bar
snacks and garlic bread. Obviously,
with such inexpensive pricing, the pur-
pose of this event was advertising
instead of profit marketing.
Overall, the event served beer that
would please a wide range of taste
buds, including brown ales, pale ales,
white ales, amber ales, red lagers,
stouts and even some fruity ales. Most
of the individuals at the event were
men craving thick and full-bodied
beers, but the beer tasting also included
some light and fruity beers that are
more appealing to the mild beer
drinker. For example, LSA senior
Kristie Thelen said, "I wasn't a huge
fan of some of the thicker beers. I pre-
ferred more of the fruitier ones such as

Roffey's Raspberry Ale and Traverse
City's Lemonade Lager."
For all of the legit beer lovers out
there, here are some of my personal
recommendations: Traverse City
Brewing Company's Stout, . New
Holland's White Ale and Michigan
Brewing Company's Pumpin' Pumkin
Ale.
All of these beers listed above are
considered specialty beers and most
likely will not be found at the local 7-
I1. You might have better luck search-
ing at more gourmet stores such as
Whole Foods, Busch's or Big Ten
Party Store. Also, since most of these
breweries do not have a nationwide
clientele, prices will be slightly higher
than your average beer, ranging from
around $7 to S12 per six pack.
However, the extra few dollars and the
longer drive are well worth it.
This event was definitely a crowd-
pleasing success. Luckily, for those
beer connoisseurs who are hitting
themselves for not making it to this
year's beer tasting, I have news for you
that will immediately remove your
frown. Tonight Arbor Brewing
Company is having an Octoberfest beer
tasting event that costs $20 admission
and features 15 Octoberfest beers from
all around the nation. This is a little
more expensive than Dominick's event
and it doesn't feature as many beers,
but there's no better way to kick off the
Halloween season than to drink a few
fresh, seasonal beers.

up - but touch you I must or
It's cute. No doubt about
addresses each letter not to N;
"My Darling" or "Nancy
"First Mommie," and he sig
Roommate" or "Poppa" or "I
The Next Pillow Over." I ha
found love for Ronald Re
would Ronald, if he were not
disillusionment resulting
Alzheimer's (which he was
with in 1994), have wanted th
see this side of him? I don't th
one thing, like most politic
time and before, Reagan
affectionate with his wife in
was of the old school, capp
two-term presidency in 1988
of 77. He did his job with
spunk and a wizened smile,
with an inappropriate kiss or
If this book had never cot
last published first-hand do
Ronald Reagan's would have
one that he intended, his eloq
to the public concerning h
Nancy has essentially robbed
his last coherent words.
Ronald Reagan was an acto
ident of the Screen Actor's
governor of California, the F
the United States, an avid hoi
family man. If he had war
known as Don Juan, wouldn
done it while still in the pu
want to know what Ronald,
mind, would have thought of
grand stage with the last im
Sap instead of these former
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