By Samuel Katz Got Muscle? Muscle Milk has no milk in it, and little science to support its claim of containing muscle. Still, Muscle Milk remains a popular item on our campus and across the country. The drink is marketed to “promote healthy sustained energy, lean muscle growth, and recovery from exercise with a milkshake-like taste” and is good for anyone that has the “desire to maintain lean muscle mass.” While there is some science to support the idea of increasing protein intake to build muscle, there is little science or logic in the preference of drinks like Muscle Milk over real foods with high protein content, like eggs, milk and chicken. This 14 oz. muscle elixir is sold for a $4.92 at campus dining facilities. The beverage was originally introduced on campus due to popularity at other universities and demand for Muscle Milk has remained steady over the last…

MOMIX, a dance-illusionist company, brought their latest work “Botanica” to the Staller Center on Friday March, 11th. The performance roused a well-deserved standing ovation from the audience but…

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