It was in Cloyne that I learned how to eat. Cloyne, the rambling, century-old, hotel-turned-co-op. Nearly 150 of us roamed its red-carpeted hallways during our time as students on the UC Berkeley campus. Reggae wafted from the windows down to the courtyard, where college kids were drinking 40s or shooting hoops or practicing handstands, doing the crossword or smoking weed, finishing homework or sunbathing naked. It was weird and it was romantic. Click here to read more…
Caitlin Morgan is an E4A PhD student at the University of Vermont. She is interested in the intersection of ecological economics and food systems.
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