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Council considering election process change

As the Administrative Professional Staff Council nears its annual election, council officials want constituents to understand potential changes to the election policy. The council did not take any action on the proposed policy during its meeting Wednesday. ... Continue Reading →
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Sugar & Spice January 2014

More On What You Are Making. Hello all!   Sugar and Spice is back for the semester again, but with some changes. Sugar and Spice will be published online in the last Friday edition each month. The column will feature two side dishes, one light and ... Continue Reading →
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Study says liberal arts degrees are still valuable

The idea of the unemployed liberal arts major may soon be going to the wayside. The Association of American Colleges and Universities and the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems released a report Wednesday that analyzed earnings and ... Continue Reading →
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Sugar & Spice: Dad’s V8 Beef (Venison Stew)

Hello all,  Sugar & Spice now has a website. Go to sugarandspiceforthecollegelife.wordpress.com to look up recipies from previous semesters, view the latest recipie, leave feedback, etc.  Stay warm and eat well!  —Sabrina Ingredients  2 pounds ... Continue Reading →

SUGAR AND SPICE August 22, 2013

   Cucumber Chicken Sandwich                      Ingredients   1 large cucumber; sliced and quartered 3/4 cup sour cream 1 tsp dried dill 1 large chicken breast; cooked, sliced into strips 2 ... Continue Reading →

Sugar and spice May 9 2013

  Corn and Black Bean Dish    Minutes: 5 Servings: 4   This simple and fast dish can be a side salad, main dish or dip with the addition of optional ingredients. Basic recipe:  Ingredients 1 (15.25 oz) can corn, drained 1 (15 oz) can ... Continue Reading →

Sugar and Spice May 2, 2013

  Zesty Apricot Rice    Minutes: 22 Servings: 2   This dish does not have an Italian flare to it despite its use of garlic. Enjoy!    Ingredients  1/2 dry cup white rice 1/4 cup orange juice 1/8 pineapple juice* 1 tablespoon soy ... Continue Reading →

Sugar and Spice April 25 2013

  Baked Ham and Cheese Sandwiches     Minutes: 15 Servings: 8   Ingredients 1 package of hamburger buns 2 (2 ounce) packages of deli ham 1/2 stick butter; softened 1/2 Cup yellow onion 1/4 Cup mustard 8-16 slices of cheddar, swiss, or ... Continue Reading →

Sugar and Spice April 18, 2013

   Hello All  With all the good weather lately it appears a grilling recipe is in need. Per request, here is my dad’s Horseradish Burger recipe. I do have to give special thanks to my friend and grill master Dan Mikalian who lent me his grill ... Continue Reading →

Sugar and Spice April 11, 2013

   Meal Idea  Why not pair up the steak dish with some steak fries? This decently priced side dish can be made in about the same time as the steaks and can easily be spiced up. Do so by adding some of the leftover bacon bits from the steak recipe. ... Continue Reading →

Sugar and Spice March 21 2013

Nana’s Minestrone Soup     Time: 60 minutes Servings: 4 – 6 This recipe is a modified version of how my great-grandmother made this soup. I modified it to fit in a 60 minute time frame as opposed to the hours it would take to make it her way. ... Continue Reading →

Sugar and Spice Spaghetti Gravy

Spaghetti Gravy Time: 60 Servings: 9 This is a budget friendly all purpose gravy, (also known as marinara sauce,) that my family makes during lent. The beautiful part about this recipe is that is can be adapted to many different dishes and tastes. This ... Continue Reading →

Sugar and Spice for the college life: Lentil Soup

Lentils are a type of bean that have been cultivated for a few thousand years, and are an inexpensive, vegetarian and vegan friendly option for protein rich meals. These little beans also are high in fiber, which helps keep you full as well. *A few hours ... Continue Reading →

Sugar and Spice

Cream of Chip Beef         Minutes: 20 Servings: 2 This recipe comes from my who had served in the Korean War. He fondly remembers it as tasty army food. The recipe is written the way my grandmother and mother have prepared the dish. ... Continue Reading →
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