Students can expect to be involved with Antioch kitchens in varying hands on and dynamic ways. From their direct contributions to menu ideas, eating meals together in Birch Commons or North Hall, working in a paid position in the kitchen, students are deeply involved in the food on campus.
“Having worked on both the farm and in the kitchens, it's great to see how we're striving to create more of a food community on campus by consuming and cooking great food produced on the Antioch Farm and including student labor and ideas in the process. This also helps raise awareness in our community about where our food comes from, how it is produced, the labor involved, and why all these factors matter.” -Alison Easter
"It's clear that food at Antioch is made with care, and that makes it taste that much better. Of course food is an big part how comfortable anyone feels in a dorm, but it's the people more than the food that stand out to me. The people at Antioch Kitchens are wonderful and really help make me feel comfortable and cared for when I'm at school." -Kijin Higashibaba
"Antioch students learn to understand the importance of knowing where their food comes from and they have the extraordinary opportunity to participate in its production." -Elijah Blanton