Residential Life and Dining

On-campus dining involves new safety precautions for workers and students

While all dining areas except for the law cafe are open and running, many have reduced hours and have altered processes to fit social distancing guidelines.

Elisa Xu | Contributing Reporter

Students still on campus face loneliness, reduced resources

After more than a month after Washington University announced the closure of campus, life is quiet for the small group of students who were approved for late stays.

| News Editor

GoFundMe supports family of deceased Bear’s Den worker

A student-organized GoFundMe raised $680 to support the daughter of Bear’s Den worker Kat Davis, who died over winter break.

| News Editor

Ibby’s adopts new online system, brings back table reservations

Following customer demand for the ability to set aside tables in advance, Ibby’s began accepting reservations Dec. 3, the first time since the 2018-19 school year.

Noah Slaughter | Staff Reporter

Subway vs. Panera: Dining services weighs restaurant change

Washington University administrators invited students to share their ideas about plans for the dining location in Mallinckrodt Center that is currently occupied by Subway, Nov. 22.

| News Editor

WU awarded for student-driven sustainability efforts

Congress of the South 40 was awarded for its commitment to sustainability after submitting a bid on behalf of Washington University at the Midwest Affiliate for College and University Residence Halls Regional Leadership Conference, Nov. 2. The Midwest Affiliate for College and University Residence Halls Regional Leadership Conference (MACURH) commended the University for their high […]

| Senior News Editor

Brookings Residential College residents vote bees as new mascot

The residents of Brookings Residential College celebrated the college’s 20th anniversary by revealing its new mascot, the Bees, Oct. 23.

Diva Harsoor | Contributing Reporter

Sustainability groups, Dining Services launch new Greenware Program

The Office of Sustainability is introducing a new dishware loan initiative for on-campus events to reduce disposable plastic waste.

Merry May Ma | Contributing Reporter

Whispers Cafe introduces trial run for new kiosk ordering systems

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.

Noah Slaughter | Contributing Reporter

Cafe Bergson expands offerings, sells hot meals on weekends

Cafe Bergson will now serve hot food over the weekend so there are more meal options available for students and visiting guests.

Kathleen White | Staff Reporter

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