The Co-ops

From the mouths of co-opers themselves:

Brown Bag Co-op

BBC works sort of like a co-op grocery store, where members “buy” food using a monthly allowance and take it home to prepare and eat it.


Fairchild is known for its careful attention to where food comes from, what the consumption of that food does to society, and how food affects the people who eat it.


Harkness is an amazingly accepting community that will always make sure everyone is able to say what they feel needs to be said, even if it means discussion lasts another half hour.

Keep Cottage

Keep offers a place to feel at home that is dedicated to excellent, nutritious food, kind souls, music, circus ‘arts,’ bicycles, vegan desserts, great bagels and general good cheer.

Old Barrows

To its patrons, Old B is most notable for its delicious and diverse meals, casual vibe, and homey atmosphere.

Pyle Inn

Maintaining accountability and intimacy, Pyle offers a great place to eat, cook (or even learn how to), compost, and most importantly, meet new people.


A large house with a wrap-around porch, spacious lawn, and three swings, Tank is a five- or ten-minute walk from central campus.

Third World Co-op

TWC creates a space full of people of color who help to foster a warm, welcoming environment full of sweet love, good food and mad dancing in the kitchen.

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