The number of students who need or wish to have a gluten-free diet is increasing, and Dining Services is putting great effort into accommodating all of them. “Over the past several years, [gluten-free diets have] become more prevalent,” said Nicole Crouch, assistant director of DS. There are some students who
Gluten-free, lactose intolerant, vegan. These words appear more and more frequently on college campuses throughout the country, including Concordia. To accommodate students with dietary restrictions, Concordia’s Dining Services have made some big changes this year. Students like sophomore Hannah Wollenzien are among the rising number of students with restricted diets.
Students share their struggle with gluten For many students on campus, a world of discomfort lurks around every gluten-containing corner. Junior Jadi Prante and senior Colin Sullivan are part of the 30 or so students at Concordia who must be vigilant about what they are eating. Prante is diagnosed with