If you didn't make it to Food Day, or any of the food-related events last week, here's what you missed.
Why did Forbes give Colby an uncommonly positive ranking at #20 in the nation, ahead of Ivies like Dartmouth, Cornell, and Brown?
I’m sitting here in the comforts of my own dining room/makeshift home office sipping a homemade peanut butter-strawberry-banana smoothie, eating Cincinnati’s famous Skyline chili (weird combo?), wondering why I’m counting down the days until my return to the Hill.
This summer, I’ve had the pleasure of interning in New York City with the radio show [Marketplace](http://marketplace.publicradio.org/) and, along the way, I’ve learned that there’s more to what you hear on the air.
Although I’m all graduated, The Echo will always be an important part of my life. Working there put the crazy idea into my head that writing about people was something I love and would want to do for a long time. I also loved the fools I worked with, shared computers with and was holed up in a windowless basement with until the wee hours of the morning every week. The kids I was in class with, who I ate lunch with and with whom I created some of my fondest college memories.
Everyday each and every one of us ingests just such a chemical in Bisphenol-A or BPA through the foods we eat and the beverages we drink. BPA is an environmental estrogen, which means that it interacts with the body’s own hormone receptors in unpredictable and often harmful ways.