Art, Food, and Sustainability? An Interview with Eleanor Lustig '18

“The Ghana ThinkTank is totally separate from everything else I’ve done at Williams,” Eleanor Lustig ’18 told me, one weekday morning in early March. “I got involved because it’s a different angle than I’ve ever taken on sustainability work at Williams.” Lustig has significant experience in activism and sustainability work: She’s a member of thinkFOOD, co-leader of WRAPS, and part of the founding team for the new Campus Kitchen. “All the work I’ve done here is food-related,” she said, “but this is an opportunity to address sustainability from other perspectives.