If a student wants to remain active on campus and alert in class that means meeting high-energy dietary needs. Izzy’s Food Pantry at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is ready to help hungry students meet those needs by hosting a “Spread the Love” food drive with a focus on collecting peanut butter and jelly during the month of February. Peanut butter and jelly, along with any other non-perishable foods, can be dropped off at donation bins located at the University Center Information Desk and at the Dugan Wellness Center. FMI: foodpantry.tamucc.edu
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