Dining Services introduced two touch-screen kiosks in Whispers Cafe over winter break for students to order food and drinks and skip the traditional, in-person registers.
I don’t enjoy physically standing and waiting around to reach whatever the final destination of said line may be, but I do enjoy the principle behind it: order.
Whisper’s Cafe is back. The reunion was tentative and a little bit awkward.
Olin Library’s Whispers Cafe reopened Tuesday after an 18-month hiatus, offering new coffee and tea options in its latest iteration.
Maybe you fear the silence of the A-stacks. Or perhaps you want to eat a delicious chocolate-chip scone without worrying about your noisy chewing or that crackling noise of the paper bag. Maybe you just want to do some people-watching while attempting to read a chapter from your psychology textbook. Whatever the situation, you find yourself in Whispers Cafe.
Tuesday morning not only signaled the beginning of the fall semester but also the introduction of a frozen yogurt machine to Whispers Cafe. The addition of this succulent snack is one that students already love.
Narrow margins. Partisan biases. Dubious counting methods. This is not the 2000 election—it’s the Washington University cookie contest, held in anticipation of the vice presidential debate.