The African Student Association put on its second Taste of Africa event, where students and staff could come to buy homemade dishes from all over Africa for lunch. Rice, different meats, fish and desserts made up the spread in Skutt Ballroom.With ten dishes to pick and choose from representi…
On Fridays, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Kiewit Fitness Center spine, members of the wellness team hand out free fresh fruit to students.
On 14th Street right off of Mike Fahey Street sits Zipline brewery, a place for beer, pinball and, last Thursday, a Creighton University Student Occupational Therapy Association hosted trivia night.
Cooking delicious meals on a budget can be difficult for a college student. Add in limited cooking skills and it can seem impossible. But simple, home cooked meals on a budget can be easy. Here are five recipes that any college student can make.
On Aug. 15, a juice bar named “Clean Juice” opened their doors in The Old Market. Founders Kat and Landon Eckles opened the first ever location in North Carolina in 2015, selling healthy menu options such as juices, salads and more. They also offer juice cleansing plans, so if you’re trying …
Flight Deck, McDonald’s and Subway are some of the few off-campus dining options for students that are within walking distance. Located steps away from Heider Hall, a new restaurant offers a menu with a mix of Asian cuisine, vegetarian dishes and a salad bar.
A colorful array of tea bags and plants was just one of the guests at Creighton’s first on-campus farmer’s market last Friday. Owned by a Creighton alumna, Artemis Teas and Botanicals brought their fresh, whole and organic tea blends to attendees.