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The cafeteria is a research lab at Lebanon Valley College

Students and a philosophy teacher use the college’s dining program to conduct studies and help drive sustainability changes.

Students dining at Lebanon Valley College cafeteria in Harrisburg, Pa., can order a farro salad or an authentic Northern Italian meal thanks to students’ philosophy research. Yes, you read that right: Philosophy is taking a role in the dining program.

“Food is a really good vehicle for teaching difficult concepts,” says Robert Valgenti, the philosophy teacher who runs the e.a.t. (engage, analyze, transform) program, where students perform quantitative and qualitative research to

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