The beginning of another academic year brings new excitements, worries, goals and opportunities. From freshmen preparing to tackle what may be their first forays into independence to graduate students beginning their last formal schooling, the college campus boasts a myriad of experiences. While the diversity of students’ backgrounds may sometimes go unnoticed, learning about some individuals’ stories is always insightful.
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Bon Appétit, the food provider for most of Washington University’s campus, recently announced that it would no longer serve tomato slices or wedges on campus in order to assure higher wages and better conditions for workers who pick tomatoes in Florida. Bon Appétit—which imports tomatoes from Florida during the winter—signed an agreement with the Coalition […]
I think it looks architecturally nice. As far as I know, it can be a pain to get food, but the food is really good, and the workers are really nice. Sophomore Lindsay Wang There is not enough variety in the downstairs section because there are only two areas—the sandwich line and the grill. The […]