Once again my friends and I have used our Minerva to its fullest. We cooked a delicious meal yesterday in Beuth. Everyone is tired of the food at West, which is the undergraduate dining hall. The food choices are usually pretty limited and, unless you are willing to eat salad for every meal, pretty unhealthy. A friend drove us to pick up food on Saturday since the closest grocery store is about two miles away. I’ve gone before on foot, but it really sucks to carry all the food back. We grilled beef, boiled potatoes with an Equadorian cheese sauce, and salad. It’s really a great activity to do on the weekends. You get to hang out with friends and enjoy a good meal.
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Xavier Capaldi comes from a homestead in Northern Vermont where his family raises sheep, chickens, and rabbits. Xavier was homeschooled his entire life before college. He is majoring in physics and minoring in nanotechnology and math. At Union, Xavier is the social host of the Beuth Council. He is also the captain and president of the rugby team and is a tutor in the Physics Help Center. Xavier has participated in a variety of research projects including: the study of embryonic heart development, analysis of gas released during coffee bean roasting, the development of a vanadium catalyst to neutralize chemical warfare agents on fabric, and study of the crystallization of polyethylene oxide.