DePaul University has asked its dining services department to resume sales of Sabra branded hummus, a product that has grown increasingly controversial on college campuses because it is partly owned by a company with ties to the Israeli military. Currently, students at Princeton University are voting on a referendum that asks the university to offer an alternative hummus product alongside Sabra. At DePaul, Sabra hummus was removed from campus shelves at the end of November at the request ...
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