The Origins of School Lunch

School lunch has never been just a midday meal. Andrew Ruis, author of Eating to Learn, Learning to Eat: The Origins of School Lunch in the United States, joins “Thinking Aloud” host Marcus Smith to talk about the social, political, and economic concerns that gave rise to school meal programs. Click here to listen to the full episode on BYU Radio.


Lunch Gets Schooled


Historical Scholarship Online Module

This self-guided module explores the elements of historical scholarship, including framing a topic, conducting historical research, examining the potential and limitations of various sources, organizing the research process, and writing an argumentative essay.


Often Filled, Seldom Fed, Never Finished

Epicuriosity × PechaKucha, Madison, Wisconsin, 2013