Justin Mandich, a junior environmental science student, shops for pasta sauce, noodles and breakfast food earlier this month at the Food Pantry at UC Berkeley’s MLK Student Union. Mandich says he usually visits the student-run pantry twice a month. “It helps a lot. I’m on food stamps too, and I usually run out in the third week,” he says.
Justin Mandich, a junior environmental science student, shops for pasta sauce, noodles and breakfast food earlier this month at the Food Pantry at UC Berkeley’s MLK Student Union. Mandich says he usually visits the student-run pantry twice a month. “It helps a lot. I’m on food stamps too, and I usually run out in the third week,” he says. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
Justin Mandich, a junior environmental science student, shops for pasta sauce, noodles and breakfast food earlier this month at the Food Pantry at UC Berkeley’s MLK Student Union. Mandich says he usually visits the student-run pantry twice a month. “It helps a lot. I’m on food stamps too, and I usually run out in the third week,” he says. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
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December 11, 2016 12:01 AM