Topic: Dining Services

Renovations to the Ratty need to be approved as part of Paxson’s strategic plan, and administrators said they did not yet have a project cost estimate.

University News

Under strategic plan, Ratty could receive overhaul

October 11, 2013 0 comments

Renovations would focus on plumbing and other utilities, as well as building aesthetics.

University News

BDS, students dispute whether to-go meal policy has changed

October 9, 2013 0 comments

Despite student reports, the Dining Services take-out policy has not changed, officials said.

University News

U. restocks Chobani yogurt after recall

September 13, 2013 0 comments

Eighty-nine people across the country fell victim to a mold contamination at a company plant in Idaho.

The iconic spicy with sandwich, which headlines a menu of late-night fried food options, remains widely popular despite health concerns.

Arts & Culture

‘Spicy with’ boasts long and storied history as Josiah’s staple

April 5, 2013 3 comments

The spicy chicken sandwich with cheese contains 40 percent of one’s daily saturated fat.

Food nights held in dining halls are inspired by Dining Services staff members and often take several months of planning. Herald file photo.

Features

Special food nights spice up student dining

April 3, 2013 0 comments

A few nights every semester, Dining Services serves unusual and exotic cuisine in ‘food nights.’

Starting this semester, compostable salad containers are offered as an alternative to plastic bowls at the Blue Room and Josiah’s.

University News

Dining Services adopts eco-friendly bowls

March 11, 2013 3 comments

The compostable containers follow other sustainability initiatives by Dining Services.

The Corporation approved plans to undergo a $56 million renovation of campus housing, creating clustered first-year and sophomore communities.

University News

Campus housing to be renovated, transformed

February 13, 2012 0 comments

A $56 million overhaul of campus housing — which administrators have been planning for years — will result in first-years and sophomores living in clustered communities, with most dorms renovated or improved by fall 2013.