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The vegan diet is on the rise in recent years.

Opinion | Veganism isn’t necessarily the most ethical or sustainable option

By Paige Lawler, Assistant Opinions Editor September 22, 2020
Being vegan isn’t necessarily more ethical or more sustainable than eating a diet that includes meat and other animal products. In fact, depending on people’s consumption choices, being vegan can be less ethical and less sustainable than a “normal” diet.
Opinion | Veganism is not the only means of conscious consumption

Opinion | Veganism is not the only means of conscious consumption

By Julia Kreutzer, Senior Staff Columnist February 19, 2020
We need millions of conscious consumers — we don’t need a few thousand vegans.
Column | Veganism is not one-size-fits-all

Column | Veganism is not one-size-fits-all

By Leah Mensch, Staff Columnist January 10, 2019
No matter its health or environmental benefits, veganism is not a practical lifestyle for many Americans, and nobody has the right to shame anyone for their dietary choices.
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