Food Initiatives at AUC: How students have set up their own growing businesses

By Pauline Hageman Editor’s note: This news story is part of a collaboration between The Herring and AUC’s journalism course. The story was entirely reported, written, edited, and fact checked by members of the journalism course. Some material may have been altered by The Herring’s editors to fit its style guidelines. —Grinding, rolling and baking. This is what some of us at AUC do regularly, … Continue reading Food Initiatives at AUC: How students have set up their own growing businesses

Dorm Delights: Project Omakase Undergoes an Upgrade

By Vincent Noteboom — Upon entering the dorms, we are greeted by the familiar smells of the apartment strings: beer, weed, cigarettes and garbage. The exception being that one string, which oddly enough always smells a bit like fish. In it, Kitsanin Thankyakulsajja (Kit) runs his project, an Omakase called Ephemeral. Omakase is Japanese for ‘I trust the chef’, a roughly translated, but classic name … Continue reading Dorm Delights: Project Omakase Undergoes an Upgrade

Kit’s Click With Everything

By Andrew Kambel – Kitsanin Thankyakulsajja is busy. He explains that he doesn’t have a lot of time for this interview since he is playing volleyball in a few moments. This week, he has to serve food for eight people, wake up early in the morning to buy cooking supplies at Hanos, an international wholesale market, and make sure that he planned his school work … Continue reading Kit’s Click With Everything

Luana Carretto: a food lover with a vision

By Julia Vié and Ivana Solar — Luana Carretto walked down the stairs in AUC after class in her long flowery skirt, her dreadlocks curled up into a large knot on her head. She is only 25 years old but already an inspiration for many AUC students to believe that change is possible as long as you really want it. Although she is a third year … Continue reading Luana Carretto: a food lover with a vision