There's a big problem on college campuses that is going largely unnoticed. Many students are battling with food insecurity and are finding themselves struggling to afford nutritional meals. Rachel Sumekh, founder and CEO of Swipe Out Hunger, stopped by to share how her organization is trying to fix the problem. Swipe Out Hunger allows college students to donate their extra meal kit points to their peers. The non-profit is already on 35 campuses and has provided 1.4 million meals. Sumekh explains why it's important the same kids that received free meals at school before college are not forgotten about once they pursue higher education. Sumekh points out that hundreds of millions of dollars are wasted by students who don't use their meal plans. To make sure these are better utilized, she explains how she must form relationships with food companies like Sodexo that may lose money by being involved with the program. Sumekh says the companies ultimately win in the long-run by doing the right thing.