For many students and residents of Anchorage, it’s relatively easy to walk into a restaurant and order food without any thought. But in some communities with heavy influence from cultures and religions, people have restrictions to the foods they can eat. According to Haim Wenger, a member of Congregation Beth Sholom for the past seven years, it’s easy not to be religious in Alaska; however, there are many students who live on campus at UAA who are actively devoted to their faith.
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