CCSC Weekly Report: (Free) Food and Exclamations
Written by Bwog Staff
Bwog’s new Satow Room bureau chief Martha Turewicz reports on last night’s meeting.
As far as CCSC meetings go, some are pretty unremarkable. But others, like last night’s, stand out as veritable gems, with VP of Campus Life Lindsey Lazopoulos as the star of the show, proffering bon mots left, right and center.
To wit: Student council is putting a “Cherry on Top” with a study break this coming weekend featuring discounted JJ’s ice cream. Lazopoulos delved into the heart of the matter: “Will they have chocolate?”
Likewise, to Lazopoulos’s relief, John Jay’s new chef will be serving up new sustainable sea food (read: salmon) once a month. “No more swordfish!” she opined.
Cage-free eggs are coming in a trial run to 212 or Ferris Booth. In light of the issue of cruelty-free eggs, some reps will be visiting a chicken farm, arousing Lazopoulos’s concern. “Will there be happy chickens? I don’t like this conversation, it’s getting really sad.”
(Other gastronomic developments include free JJ’s on March 12, and an upcoming junior class-sponsored study break featuring O.G. snacks like Dunkaroos—the mention of the latter got the whole room worked up in an elementary-school-kid-on-sugar-rush fervor.)
But Lazopoulos was not without helpful advice: When the talk turned to OBGYNs (in keeping with a new resolution to lower the cost of birth control through the health services plan), she reminded the room “Every six months you should go, ladies.” George Krebs, CC ’09 President, thanked her for the reminder.