Vegan Academic Life

Animal Rights in the Classroom

Vegan life on campus doesn’t have to be a challenge. There are plant-based menu items in nearly every college dining hall across America. In many cases, you can make requests to the chef-on-duty who would welcome the challenge to create a delicious and nutritious vegan meal. LiveVegan has compiled recipes and resources below to help make academic living a breeze.


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We've compiled a list of our favorite books to help you go vegan. There are plant-powered students at every university and you can be next. Scroll for more!

Movie Recommendations

You’ll find countless videos, films, and documentaries supporting plant-based eating for students and educators alike. Removing animals from our diet doesn’t mean removing protein from our diet. Protein comes from plants. Where do you think the earth’s largest mammals get their protein?

Who to Follow

Going vegan is the coolest thing you can do for the animals, yourself and the planet. Vegans with star power can be found all over social media (here’s just three out of many we recommend).

Book Recommendations

A simple search on Amazon or Barnes & Noble will reveal helpful plant-based reading material. Whether your preparing for a challenging debate or just looking for some delicious vegan recipes there is an array of books that have you covered. Below are three great titles to start with.

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