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    [Daily O Collegian] Two tents. Two different culinary perspectives. A lot of free food. That was what happened near the Student Union on Friday and Saturday.
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 4 2:36 PM
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      [Daily O'Collegian]

      Two tents. Two different culinary perspectives. A lot of free food.

      That was what happened near the Student Union on Friday and Saturday.
      One tent hosted by CASNR represented the importance of farming and
      agriculture.

      Another tent, hosted by the Vegetarian Club and People for the Ethical
      Treatment of Animals (PETA), demonstrated the positives of a
      vegetarian and vegan diet.

      The CASNR tent was titled “Surviving Without Ag?” and displayed items
      with animal by-products that may surprise students such as laundry
      detergent and car tires.

      “The tent’s purpose is to provide students with information on where
      their food comes from,” Megan Brant, an animal science graduate
      student, said.

      The students working the tent are a part of the organization, The FARM
      Theory. FARM stands for the “Future of America Relies on Me.” The tent
      was a kick-off event for the organization in order to publicize their
      platform of understanding the importance of agriculture and
      agricultural practices. To broadcast their message throughout OSU,
      students handed out free grilled samples of pork and chicken to anyone
      walking through the tent.

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      full story:
      http://www.ocolly.com/news/osu/article_e66794c2-8460-11e2-8472-0019bb30f31a.html

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