Students at William and Mary live in a vastly different place than some of their adult counterparts in public housing units throughout Williamsburg.
The college's chapter of Campus Kitchen is one way they get together and give back to those in need. Each Tuesday and Friday throughout the year students organize meals for the needy.
"It's incredible to be in this community and not know we have public housing units around the corner," said Millan Khadka, client relations chair. "You don't just think about that every day."
The college's Campus Kitchen chapter started in 2006. Students like Thomeka Watkins found it suited their interest in human...