Located in Downtown Pittsburgh, Duquesne is home to nearly 10,000 well-fed students. Soups and sauces are made fresh daily, and even the pizza dough and fries are made from scratch. Thanks to an initiative called FarmSource, 20 percent of the food served on campus is sourced from 250 growers and food producers situated within a 150-mile radius of the school, and the amount of composted food doubled in the past four years. Each of Duquesne’s 11 dining locations highlights seasonal offerings and has rotating menus based on what’s freshly available, and at least three or four food-focused events are held per week. The Hogan Dining Center (Duquesne’s main dining hall) was completely renovated four years ago and four additional locations received updates or complete overhauls since then, as well as the addition of new ice cream sundae and salad stations. Further adding to this healthy-unhealthy dichotomy, Hogan doubled the number of vegetarian and vegan options while Late Night Cookies began offering baked goods between 8 p.m. and 2 a.m. every night. The Red Ring Bar and Grille, located right on campus, is a popular spot for happy hour and pre-game meals. As an added bonus, The Red Ring is currently in the final stages of becoming a Sustainable Pittsburgh-certified Green Restaurant.