Food cupboards at MN community colleges address hunger and declining enrollment
Every public two-year college in Minnesota now has a food pantry where students can get free groceries. Hunger is a real problem for low-income students, and in combination with a dearth of affordable housing, it’s contributing to a dramatic decrease in enrollment at community colleges.
Becky Dernbach reports on this issue for Sahan Journal. She joined host Cathy Wurzer with more.
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