The Pandemic has shifted the Public’s Platter

by Cole Allenby Photo provided by Cole Allenby During the winter months on Cape Cod, many local restaurants and eateries have been forced to instantly put away every potential platter to satisfy the pandemic’s orders. Given the minimal tourism this winter, less than usual, many feel that the future of restaurants is bleak. Throughout the … Continue reading The Pandemic has shifted the Public’s Platter

The Food Pantry Fills Many Vulnerable Stomachs

By Cole Allenby Image provided by The Family Pantry of Cape Cod During this collectively uncertain time in life, there are seemingly few accessible options for help due to the current, massive obstacle---a pandemic. Nourishment may be far from the grasp of many families and students following the loss of a main provider’s job as … Continue reading The Food Pantry Fills Many Vulnerable Stomachs

Joyous Cups of Coffee and Quarantine’s Dregs of Dejection

by Cole Allenby I never would have thought that people could receive such joy from seeing a cup of coffee entering their hands. Yet somehow, during recent months, I have seen people smile the most, despite it being behind a mask. Working at the Cape Cod Coffee Café during the pandemic has given me an … Continue reading Joyous Cups of Coffee and Quarantine’s Dregs of Dejection

Cape wide food distribution effort hosted by 4C’s

By Ian Cole During the month of October, Cape Cod Community College is hosting a food distribution effort put on by the Massachusetts Military Support Foundation. They have been busy during the pandemic, working with the New England Patriots to organize events at Gillette Stadium, as well as with other veterans’ organizations at numerous other … Continue reading Cape wide food distribution effort hosted by 4C’s

Student perspective: working during Covid-19 at the cheese shop

North Falmouth Cheese Shop products By Katherine Lemieux Before the pandemic hit almost seven months ago, I would have never imagined that I would be wearing a face mask for more than eight hours in a day. I would have to be double gloving, anxiously getting nervous for having a runny nose, or sanitizing all … Continue reading Student perspective: working during Covid-19 at the cheese shop

Students in need find help at college pantry

By Peter Vennerbeck If you spend any time on campus, you have likely seen the signs and fliers for the Food Pantry of Cape Cod Community College (4Cs). You may even have gotten a snack from the gentlemen, Ted and Ed, who carry baskets around campus to give the studying students something to eat. If … Continue reading Students in need find help at college pantry

Chef Jeff: A Student’s Guide to ‘Coq Au Vin’

By Jeffrey Leonard Cooking is an everyday essential to life. For students just starting college and potentially moving away from home there can be a difficult adjustment learning how to cook for themselves. This task does not have to seem daunting any longer. Those who meet me quickly discover that cooking is a passion of … Continue reading Chef Jeff: A Student’s Guide to ‘Coq Au Vin’