Given her fondness for spreadsheets, planning documents and statistics, one has a hard time imagining Amy Beckstrom growing up in small-town Nebraska, riding a dirt bike to get around the family farm. She makes this disclosure as we pass the vintage Italian Vespa in front of the Italian Cibo station in the dining hall of University of Colorado-Boulder's new Center for Community (C4C). These days, Beckstrom has her hands full at CU-Boulder, where she is director of dining ...

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