Arcadia University’s Public Health Week, April 4 to 7, will feature presentations on enhancing the general health and quality of life for the public through resilience, “everyday triumphs,” and food waste. The week aims to start a discussion on the importance of community and global public health.
Public Health Week kicks off on Monday, April 4 with a free screening of “Just Eat It. A Food Waste Story,” in the Commons Great Room from 6 to 9 p.m. This 74-minute documentary, winner of the People’s Choice Award for Best Documentary Feature (2016), Audience Must See BC Award (2014), and Impact Award (2014), will have audiences consider exactly where their food waste is going.