Anabel's OPEN TODAY!
We are so excited that the store opens TODAY 2/16! As a reminder, our hours are as follows:
Wednesday 2-7 PM
Thursday 2-7 PM
Friday 12-7 PM
Come stop by for your last semester favorites (WideAwake bread, Cornell Apples, etc.) and some exciting new products including Cornell Bread Club jalapeno cheddar bread!
Compost Available in Anabel’s
As a reminder, Anabel’s serves as a drop-off location for your compost.
Composting food scraps helps reduce food waste, keeps organics out of landfills, and creates a nutrient-rich soil amendment that builds soil health. In collaboration with Cornell Compost and the Campus Sustainability Office, Anabel’s will be offering food scraps collection services to the Cornell community starting this Wednesday! You can drop off your food scraps anytime during Anabel’s operating hours, Wednesday through Saturday.
Please refer to the list below when deciding what to compost! Fruit, veggies, meat, dairy, and napkins can be diverted at Anabel’s, but items like “compostable” or “biodegradable” plastics, cardboard, and paper cannot! Please pay special attention to avoiding even little things like fruit stickers and teabag staples/tags. Only acceptable food scraps stored in green compostable baggies or tupperware containers will be accepted. Thank you!
Free online nutrition workshops
Want to learn more about building a nutritional foundation that supports your unique needs? Cornell Health’s nutritionists are offering their “What’s the Best Diet for You?” hour-long workshop on February 17, March 24, and April 21. Learn more – and register for a workshop – at health.cornell.edu/nutrition.
Co-op Mosey Open House
Learn about living in a cooperative house!
When: Sunday, February 13th, 2022 from 1 – 5 PM
For more information about cooperative living see https://housing.cornell.edu/cooperatives The webpages list: types of rooms and amenities in each house; the number of residents; whether the house has a meal plan; the address and location; and contact information for the house. For registration for Mosey - https://cornell.campusgroups.com/OCGL/rsvp_boot?id=1497503
Applying for residency is handled independently by each house. Most houses will host additional events up until March 3rd and applicants will be notified Friday night, March 4th of their status.
Co-ops are unique, collaborative communities governed by their student residents, and are among the least expensive housing options on campus. Members determine house rules and participate in daily operations, including routine cleaning and maintenance. Decisions affecting each house are made democratically at individual house meetings. Houses range in size from as few as 10 to as many as 35 members. Most are mixed gender while others house only female-identifying students. Several have a mixture of both undergraduate and graduate students. Most of the co-ops offer both single and double rooms. Five co-ops have meal plans; all have shared kitchens.
For additional information or questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
So excited to see you all this week :)