Washington News in Brief: 2 from UA join in hunger talks

June 21, 2015
In The News

WASHINGTON -- Two University of Arkansas at Fayetteville employees joined representatives from more than 70 colleges and universities around the world Wednesday in Washington to talk about ending hunger on college campuses.

The meeting was the first for PUSH, Presidents United to Solve Hunger, a group of university presidents and international organizations working to address hunger issues.

Angela Oxford, director of the Center for Community Engagement, and Claire Allison, program coordinator for the Campus Hunger Initiative, created the Full Circle Food Pantry and the Razorback Food Recovery program on the campus in Fayetteville.

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