The Sabra brand of hummus will continue to be served in cafeterias on the campus of DePaul University in Chicago. The university administration made the decision, announced Monday, following a recommendation of the university's Fair Business Practices committee and following a nonbinding student referendum last week.
Students at DePaul University in Chicago are voting on what brand of hummus they want served on campus. The outcome of this week's student referendum, which was requested by Students for Justice in Palestine, is nonbinding.
Princeton students are voting on whether to ask the university's dining services to provide an alternative brand of hummus.
Hummus, the popular Middle Eastern staple made out of chickpeas, packs a nutritional wallop, according to a new study by Dr. Ram Reifen and Dr. Shahal Abbo of the faculty of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Quality Sciences of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.