Cooking for your health and your taste buds
Hate eating healthy food that tastes like cardboard? The Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center has your back.
Thursday at 6 p.m. in Gifford 114 this monthâ€™s Kendall Anderson Nutrition Center Cooking Class is teaching how to use simple substitutions while cooking that improve nutritional value without sacrificing taste.
The recipes that will be taught in the class include:
– Mixed greens with berries – Goat cheese and honey balsamic vinaigrette herbed flatbread – Italian red sauce with spaghetti squash – Banana ice cream surprise
The class costs $20 for the general public and $10 for CSU students and employees.
Get your B-I-N-G-O on
Bingo isnâ€™t just for old people anymore â€“â€“ itâ€™s for college students who like to drink beer on campus. The first Thursday of every month, Campus Activities and Allegiant Airlines sponsor bingo in the Ramskeller.
Thursday at 3 p.m. in the Ramskeller students have the chance to win airline tickets to Las Vegas â€“â€“ that is if they have the Bingo skills. Other prizes are also available.
The last Bingo night of the semester will be on May 3.