38 thoughts on “PETA’s Most Veg-Friendly College of 2008: Last Call To Vote

  1. Anonymous

    um. that link to “a taste of peta” wasn’t really appropriate. Animal euthanasia is a complicated issue, and the author glossed over the very reason why in the last paragraph of the article; namely, that in order for shelters to adopt a no-kill policy they have to first adopt stricter rules for accepting animals into the shelter. It turns a blind eye to part of the problem so that they can say the overall problem is solved. not quite cut and dry. surely there are better PETA criticisms out there.

  2. Anonymous

    um. that link to “a taste of peta” wasn’t really appropriate. Animal euthanasia is a complicated issue, and the author glossed over the very reason why in the last paragraph of the article; namely, that in order for shelters to adopt a no-kill policy they have to first adopt stricter rules for accepting animals into the shelter. It turns a blind eye to part of the problem so that they can say the overall problem is solved. not quite cut and dry. surely there are better PETA criticisms out there.

  3. Anonymous

    it depresses me how much people like to complain. i’m a vegetarian and i’m happy with the food options at wesleyan. i think some people are just never going to be satisfied.

  4. Anonymous

    it depresses me how much people like to complain. i’m a vegetarian and i’m happy with the food options at wesleyan. i think some people are just never going to be satisfied.

  5. Anonymous

    But this only proves that Bon Appetit cares more than anyone else about this, not anything about our actual dining program. People just want free coffee.

  6. Anonymous

    But this only proves that Bon Appetit cares more than anyone else about this, not anything about our actual dining program. People just want free coffee.

  7. Anonymous

    hopefully it’ll be a sort of self-fulfilling prophecy and they’ll step up once they gain the titleor not at all.and yeah i dont want more veg prefrosh, haha

  8. Anonymous

    hopefully it’ll be a sort of self-fulfilling prophecy and they’ll step up once they gain the title

    or not at all.

    and yeah i dont want more veg prefrosh, haha

  9. Anonymous

    why are we supporting PETA again? are we really interested in gaining favor with a hypocritical cult movement?

  10. Anonymous

    why are we supporting PETA again?

    are we really interested in gaining favor with a hypocritical cult movement?

  11. Anonymous

    Because meatarians deserve a special too. And with only 1 special, you can’t always get what you want. There are days when the special has no meat.

  12. Anonymous

    Because meatarians deserve a special too. And with only 1 special, you can’t always get what you want. There are days when the special has no meat.

  13. Anonymous

    If Wesleyan is either the #1 or #2 most vegetarian-friendly college in the country, why is there never a vegetarian special at Summerfields? Every week day I get my hopes up and they are dashed over and over.

  14. Anonymous

    If Wesleyan is either the #1 or #2 most vegetarian-friendly college in the country, why is there never a vegetarian special at Summerfields? Every week day I get my hopes up and they are dashed over and over.

Comments are closed.