Do you remember the time when formal dress was required in Hulen Hall? Or when no one had ever heard of a vegan? This project is devoted to uncovering the history of Hendrix campus life through a study of one of the most important aspects of any society: its food choices and practices. Through research conducted in the Hendrix College Archives, the students in Dr. Amanda Hagood's Literature and the Environment Class (Spring 2013) have discovered how food has shaped the Hendrix College community over the years, and in turn, how that same community has changed the way we eat on campus. We are delighted to share with you some of what we have learned, including four exhibits which focus on the legacy of Tabor Hall, the work of Mrs. Georgia Hulen, Hendrix's involvement in the local food movement, and student-driven change to dining practices. We invite you to join us as we take a walk through time, and to contribute your own memories and stories by leaving comments on any of the items pictured below.