It's that time of the year again, deciding which clubs to join and being overwhelmed with the number of clubs to choose from. Why should you join Spoon Baruch? Well, first off, Spoon Baruch is a chapter of a rapidly growing, international food publication (yes, FOOD) for college students by college students. It can be a struggle trying to cook on your own, buying groceries, and being an adult. We're here to help.
Here are just a few reasons why you should join this awesome chapter.
1. Have an excuse to take pictures of everything you eat.
No longer will your family and friends roll their eyes at you when you want to take a picture of that delicious mac n' cheese (and who can blame you). Now you can say, "It's for Spoon Baruch."
2. Show off your skills.
Whether you're a writer, photographer, videographer, or marketer, there's a lot of teamwork and dedication involved with the Spoon Baruch community. You get to grow your skills while learning new ones and everything revolves around food.
3. Talk about food...All the time.
If you constantly want to talk about the food you ate, are eating or will eat and sometimes your friends get tired talking about it all... No worries, Spoon creates an outlet for you to write about all things food. This way you can share your food articles on your friends' timelines instead of talking to them about it.
4. Eat food all the time.
"Why would I want to eat food all the time?" asked no one ever. You are joining an online food publication, so of course, there will be food everywhere— at meetings, at events, on assignment—you name it.
5. Join a group of people who share your love of food.
If you're anything like Ross, who cares more about his sandwich than people and yells at his boss for eating his sandwich, you're not alone.
In conclusion, food.
But in all seriousness, if you want to be a part of the food resource of our generation (and who wouldn't want to be), whether you want to write about food, take photos of food, take videos of food, or organize events around food, apply now. It will be the best decision you ever make during your college years.