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Engage, grow and define your Inner Husky

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Hungry? Low on cash?

Hungry Husky

Books, rent, loans, your car, spending money and food. Whether you’re taking out loans or paying right from your paychecks for college, sometimes food is your last choice. In some cases, food isn’t even an option and you can’t be the best you when you’re hungry.

Many low-income or financially independent students can go days without a meal in order to pay for other larger expenses. The new #FeedAHusky initiative will help students who are food-insecure have access to food and learn about the resources available to them.

On Mondays from 5 to 6 p.m. there will be free BU student nights at the food cupboard. The food cupboard is on 329 Center St., which is walking distance from campus. For more information, call 570-389-2222 or visit the Hungry Huskies portal.

Division of Student Affairs