PALOS HEIGHTS, Ill. — An essay written by Raeann Fopma, a Sully native, has been included in a new book, “Tasteful Diversity: Stories Our Foods Tell.”
Fopma is an upcoming sophomore at Trinity Christian College. The book is the result of an in-class writing assignment on food and family that students completed as part of an English class led by Professor of English Michael Vander Weele, Ph.D.
The book, by Community Publishing, is available on Amazon.com. Fopma’s chapter is titled “Let’s Call it Casserole.” More information about the book can be read on the college’s website.
The college, located in Palos Heights, Ill., is an accredited liberal arts college offering more than 70 programs of study, master’s degree programs in counseling psychology and special education, and an Adult Studies accelerated program. Founded in 1959, the college is a community of Christian scholarship committed to shaping lives and transforming culture and is continually ranked in the top tier among Regional Colleges—Midwest by U.S. News & World Report.