Opinions vary inside campus dining halls

While some students eat there every day, many are still uncertain of what goes on behind the doors of the campus dining halls. Whether it is food quality, employee life or logistics, the university dining halls have remained a mystery. More than 3,600 ... Continue Reading →

Express shops shorten hours

New Express store policies have created student and employee apprehension. The Eastside and Lakeside Express stores are now closed Fridays and Saturdays, which requires students to cash out dining points Thursday. Last semester, students could use their ... Continue Reading →

Dining halls enhance gluten-free menu

One year after its efforts began, the Food and Allergy Awareness Committee has been organized. Peggy Connors, associate director of University Housing, said the committee wants to raise awareness to students who live with celiac disease or other allergies ... Continue Reading →

Express stations: Point system is fair

Students that live on campus with meal plans, often complain the amount of points it takes to buy an item at the express stations on campus doesn’t balance with the 10-point meals in dining halls. When on-campus students don’t use all their meals ... Continue Reading →
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