Nestled in the heart of Amherst, the Humble Peach is a vegan bakery-cafe that opened last spring. The Student traces its origins, culinary philosophy, and secret ingredients, which culminate not only in a delicious, plant-based menu but action toward more sustainable food systems.
Pho Vu '23
Staff Writer Pho Vu ’23 highlights the potential sustainability benefits of a symbiotic relationship with the squirrels on campus.
Staff Writer Pho Vu ’23 interviews Joe Kurtz, owner of the local Coronation Cafe. Vu reflects on the café’s comfortable vibe, local eats, and connections to the Mennonite community.
From its beauty industry to acclaimed films, South Korea has been attracting tourists and international students alike. Citing her experience, Staff Writer Pho Vu ’23 gives several suggestions for those considering studying abroad in South Korea in the first issue of her new column.
Ricelicious is an Asian fusion restaurant tucked away in the heart of Amherst town. Pote, the restaurant’s co-owner, helps curate a menu inspired by his Thai roots and the two years he spent in Japan.
Staff Writer Pho Vu ’23 reflects on her journey with badminton, from Vietnam to Amherst, and encourages other players to cultivate an appreciation for the game’s fundamentals.
Staff Writer Pho Vu ’23 proffers twelve bits of Vietnamese wisdom that might help you avoid bad luck (and, maybe the hiccups).