Lack of silverware upsets students

Chick-Fil-A, Burrito Bowl, Grill Nations and Freshens. The variety of food brought in by the dining contract with Chartwells has gained popularity from the students. Unfortunately, this much popularity has presented a problem-lack of condiments and silverware. "It does get frustrating sometimes. … [Read more...]

Chik-fil-A opens behind schedule, above expectations

One of many changes to dining services, Chick-fil-A Expressofficially opened in the Clark Student Center food court on Aug. 27. "I will eat it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and every snack in between," said Austin Snyder, marketing sophomore. Some students, like Chyenne Lozowski, nursing … [Read more...]

Finishing touches go up on dining services, food court

The Mesquite Dining Hall and Clark Student Center food court have a fresh new look. The dining services contract with Chartwells was finalized in early March and Chartwells officially began cooking for residents this summer. “The cafeteria has become a place I actually want to eat at,” said … [Read more...]

Mesquite Café is not for everyone

The Mesquite Café is a place that students go to either eat or socialize. And in my years here, the attitudes toward the cafeteria most recently seem to be increasingly negative. That said, the Mesquite Café is a part of my daily routine, and I love the place. Yes, servers give me small … [Read more...]

Students give input as dining contract expires in July

All residents of Killingsworth, Pierce and McCullough-Trigg Halls are required to purchase a meal plan, and that won't change, but the university's contract with Aramark might. The contract will expire at the end of July 2015, and Michael Mills, director of housing and dining services, said two … [Read more...]