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Please note the hours of operation for Finals Week (December 8–16, 2016)

Menus of Change-inspired healthy catered dishes

We’ve seen how Menus of Change (MOC) has been transforming the college dining scene, and the positive, plant-forward changes are extending to catering as well. Northeastern University (NU) Dining Services collaborated with the school’s human resources department and used MOC principles to create a healthier, more sustainable take on barbecue picnic called HealthyQ.

After ten years on the Northeastern campus, Taco Bell has chosen not to renew its agreement with Northeastern Dining Services when it expires at the end of the fall semester. This departure creates an opportunity to bring in a new and exciting culinary choice to the Northeastern community. Additional information about a replacement for Taco Bell will be announced in the future.

Have a nutritional question? Looking for someone to talk about food with? Ask Christine!

Schedule an appointment with Registered Dietitian, Christine M. Clark, at University Health and Counseling Services.

Did you know you can follow Christine's Healthy Huskies series on our Food For Thought blog

Upcoming Events

Gingerbread creations from the 16th Annual Gingerbread Construction Contest will be on display Friday, December 9 in the Xhibition Kitchen's "Gingerbread Village" for the Northeastern community to vote for their favorites.

Join us for this Xhibition Kitchen event  •  Free Cooking Demo 

Hampton Creek

with Chef Kaimana Chee

Our Hampton Creek Partnership

Join us for this Xhibition Kitchen event  •  Free Cooking Demo and Cookbook Signing  •  Books are available at the event and the NU bookstore.

Out of Line

A Life of Playing with Fire

by Barbara Lynch

Blood, Bones, & Butter meets A Devil in the Kitchen in this funny, fierce, and poignant memoir by world-renowned chef, restaurateur, and Top Chef judge Barbara Lynch, recounting her rise from a hard-knocks South Boston childhood to culinary stardom.