Alexandra Lambros
Alexandra Lambros
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Alex is what Alex eats.

At first you might think Alex is a mess because of the crumble-prone granola bars Alex has stolen from Coach Goldhammer on Sunday mornings, but if you get close, you’ll smell a stench of garlic, and if you get too close you realize the kid is nuts.

In the in between, Alex generally eats Collins breakfast, Scripps Lunch, and Mudd for dinner. Sometimes good, sometimes bad, sometimes just ugly. Mostly good, the rest is just how it goes.

If Alex could, Alex would eat a plate of boiled weeds, with olive oil, lemon, salt, garlic sauce, and a slice of feta cheese everyday for the rest of life. And some olives. And fish. And bread.

Some things Alex has learned:

  1. When the table moves, move with it.
  2. You are what you eat. So, don’t waste what’s on your plate.
  3. When the glass looks empty it’s probably full of water just take a sip, if it is empty go fill it up yourself.
  4. Every now and then, there is loss of appetite and that’s fine, it’ll come back. Till then, food still has to go down.
  5. Depending on the portion, most things need a palm full of salt and a lot of stirring.
  6. Kiss the Cook.

News Mentions

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CMS Women's Cross Country Finishes Close Second at The Master's Invitational

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September 21, 2019

Women's Cross Country Opens Season with Third-Place Finish at Biola Invitational

FULLERTON, Calif. - The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's cross country team opened its 2019 season with a strong third-place showing out of 22 teams...

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Women's Cross Country Earns No. 14 Spot in USTFCCCA Preseason Poll

CLAREMONT, Calif. - The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's cross country team was picked No. 14 in the nation in the United States Track and Field and...

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