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No Ramen, No Problem: Homemade macaroni and cheese, pan-seared pork and broccoli

One of the best ways to eat well on a budget is to cook in bulk. Making meals for the entire week also saves time, because you only have to reheat the food when you want to eat.

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The rise of Sheetz

With made-to-order food just off-campus, it isn’t hard to see why Sheetz is such a hot spot for students craving that morning coffee or late-night snack. But Sheetz hasn’t always

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Revitalized, Pizza House reopens, adds hot dog shop

As J.D. Varner, Indiana University of Pennsylvania class president of 1957 and former Indiana mayor, sat on the new porch of the revitalized Pizza House on Oakland Avenue, he remembered

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Owner of Oakland Avenue Café to close shop

Coffee lovers on campus will have one more day to enjoy a local café’s drinks before it goes out business. On Friday, Len Marsinko’s Oakland Avenue Caféwill close. This is the last chance for Marsinko’s

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Locally grown food available to students

Fresh, local vegetable crop has slowed down this year after the coldest March in 47 years kept seeds out of the ground. But greenhouses guarantee that some locally grown produce

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Cozy Corner offers ‘slow-food’

The Gatti Pharmacy at 701 Philadelphia St. is not merely the self-proclaimed “know you by name” pharmacy downtown. The building also houses Cozy Corner Cafe, an eatery committed to “good, wholesome food,”