Haskins recommended students establish routines that serve them well and create framing rituals that allow them to step into school mode.
Although the community garden initiative is not open until the spring, members of the office of sustainability have spent much of the fall semester working on it.
The sustainability office, alongside Dining Services and Facilities, is also working to develop new ways to redirect waste this semester, Andrejewski said.
First-year Ellie Grabow remains impartial concerning celebrity foods but understands the appeal for consumers and businesses, she said.
With many restaurants and stores offering online ordering, students can support local businesses.
Bonilla and Silva contemplated how best to construct the program to adhere to all COVID-19 health and safety protocols, Bonilla said.
Grubhub makes ordering and picking up food from on-campus retail dining locations more efficient, Charley Blount said.
Despite technological challenges, Ludwig said she has adapted to her new position, but that it is different than an in-person experience.
Meal delivery services such as Blue Apron, Hello Fresh and Instacart provide students an alternative to going to the grocery store.
Raso hopes to design other merchandise to raise more funds and continue to support the Richmond community, she said.
Fill It Forward makes giving water as easy as drinking water, Perry said.
Cummings said she thought the brand's emphasis on body positivity would be beneficial for the UR campus community.
This semester, Elizabeth Harrison, Erin Watton, Ava Cummings and Jillian Jetmore made up the team of RTR college ambassadors at UR.