Our food is just fine
In her column yesterday, Julia Fisher ’12 criticized students for not appreciating the art and meaning of the food they eat, implying that what Yale Dining serves us could and should be better (“Finding fine dining,” Sept .22). But one has only to spend a week eating in the dining hall of almost any other college in America to realize that we at Yale have it really, really good. It may be true that “the art of food goes wildly underappreciated” here, but I would argue that this is largely due to students with attitudes like Fisher’s.
The writer is a freshman in Calhoun College.