The Cheese Co-Op will accept sign-ups until February 5.
It’s time for an exciting Spring semester filled with great cheese. Join the Wesleyan Cheese Co-Op and every other week, you will get a delivery of delicious, local, organic cheeses. Sign-ups for the Co-Op are now open, and will be until Tuesday, February 5.
Shares are 100 points, and you can split with one or two friends, or keep it all for yourself.
Any of you readers not sure what the Cheese Co-op Committee is so committed to? Hopefully, the following will clear things up:
The Cheese Co-op is back for another spring of dairy goodness! This semester will feature local, organic cheeses from the family farms you’ve come to know and love, but with more variety than ever before! Sign up for a share all to yourself (98 points per semester), to split with one friend (49 points each per semester) or with two friends (33 points each per semester). Deliveries will come every two weeks for the whole semester, but space is limited so sign up now! Just go to our website and fill out a quick form between today and Wednesday February 8th! Contact wescheesecoop(at)gmail(dot)com with any questions. GO CHEESE!
The Cheese Co-op is back and better than ever. This semester will feature the local, organic cheeses from family farms you’ve come to know and love, but now with more variety. Sign up for a share all to yourself (98 points per semester), to split with one friend (49 points each per semester) or with two friends (33 points each per semester). You’ll receive a delivery of deliciousness every other week for the rest of the semester. Space is limited, so don’t delay!
Do you love CHEESE? Wesleyan Cheese Co-op is looking for two new members for the Cheese Co-op Committee. The Committee does cheese selection, organizes cheese cutting and wrapping, works with local farms, and generally keeps the co-op functioning and organized. We are looking for some dedicated cheese lovers to take the place of those who graduated. To apply, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org briefly explaining why you’d like to be on the committee and any relevant experience you have. Please also include your class year and other activities you’re involved with on campus. Applications are due Monday, September 12th by 5pm.
Also stay tuned for info coming soon on how to sign up for Cheese Co-op this semester!
While The Onion has always subtly recognized Wesleyan’s appetite, it looks like the Associated Press has now caught a whiff of the cheese co-op:
Some, like Wesleyan University junior Nica Latto, prefer wedges of locally produced artisanal cheeses added to the mix, perhaps a gouda with a slightly nutty undertone or a Gruyere for a fondue party while studying with classmates.
So to satisfy palates that lean more gourmet than grub, Latto and several friends organized a co-op in which fancy cheeses from a nearby Connecticut farm are delivered each week to the Middletown campus and distributed to students, many of whom line up with baguettes — and meal cards — in hand.
While universities nationwide have updated their dining hall menus to meet the increasingly epicurean expectations of students like Latto, many students are also taking things a step further and bringing fancy fare to campus on their own.
Aside from using the word fancy four times, the article also quotes Nica and the president-elect:
“I think our generation or just people in general are becoming more conscious about the quality of what they eat, where it comes from and if it’s sustainable,” said Malter, 20, a sophomore from Irvington, N.Y.
BAMCO, meanwhile, is portrayed as a generous entity whose only wish is to appease student desires: