Anton Ford and Hannah Gold, a fourth-year in the College, debated whether something as crowd-pleasing as a doughnut can be an absolute good in an article penned by Gold. The relationship of donuts to philosophy arose in Ford’s “Justice” lecture class, in which he asked, “If one finds a box of doughnuts in a hallway, is she forced to eat them, doughnuts being unmistakably delicious?” ultimately concluding, “Doughnuts are not an absolute good. You choose whether or not to eat another’s doughnuts; the act, therefore, cannot be justified.”
Miranda Swanson, AM’01, writes about her favorite Chicago chef, who is also her husband. The enjoyment they take from meals has also become a family affair—Swanson’s two and a half year old twins are now old enough to appreciate lobster on linguine as well.