Westmont Magazine Dinner and a Study Session
The 26 students at the San Francisco Urban Program have always made their own breakfast and lunch. Now they’re making dinner too, thanks to a remodeled kitchen in the historic Clunie House, home for the semester-long study of urban issues and internships in the city. A local architect designed a modern kitchen appropriate for the Victorian building. Glass cabinets placed in front of several large windows allow light into the room, and a coffee house counter creates space for students to linger. The new commercial-grade stove and 48-inch refrigerator offer sufficient room for food preparation and storage. “This wonderful environment will enhance community and lead to some creative cooking,” said Director Scott McClelland. Sociology professor Ronald Enroth, co-founder of the urban program, spoke in November at an open house showcasing the new kitchen.