Students vow to forgo fast food
By Aaron Moore
Published in News on July 12, 2010 1:46 PM
Kristen Irvin, right, shows the process of trying to make an "anti-fast food zine" to student Armecia Faison, left, as Kebreya Lewis, center, listens on. The group known as "SWARM," or Students Working for an Agricultural Revolutionary Movement, is a small group of students dedicated to hands-on growing, awareness of local farmers and their products, and helping to educate the community on agriculture.
Student Immanuel Bryant displays a handmade "zine" that stresses the importance of local farming and agriculture during a SWARM meeting in Goldsboro.
French fries, cheeseburgers and soft drinks are just a few of the items that don't belong on the menu for Students Working for an Agricultural Revolutionary Movement. The "SWARMers," as they have officially dubbed themselves, have taken pledges to...
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