Washington University students will be treated to a new kosher food program this coming year as it undergoes a facelift.
Kosher food on campus already has seen a large overhaul with a new development in the meal plan system. In previous years, a separate kosher meal plan existed and served approximately 40 students. Certain food items were only available for students with the kosher meal plan.
What happened to the square green plates that were used at the Danforth University Centery (DUC) last year?
Washington University’s new WebFood program is off to a good start this year, and there is still room for expansion, according to Nadeem Siddiqui, resident district manager for Bon Appétit. WebFood allows students to place food orders online for stations in the Danforth University Center (DUC) any time of the day to pick up later […]
The new South 40 dining facilities located in the South 40 House opened a few weeks ago to mixed student reactions as residents adjusted to major changes in an area that had become a staple of campus and residential life at Washington University.
Resident District Manager of Bon Appétit Nadeem Siddiqui led members of the Student Life staff on a tour of the new dining facilities on the South 40. Check out the features of the new eating facilities.
As members of the Class of 2013 prepare to make Washington University their new home, Dining Services is scurrying to finish the new dining facilities on the South 40.
The current Wohl Center is scheduled to be demolished this summer. Of the current dining facilities on the South 40, the only that will remain open next year is Ursa’s Café
As we move into 2009, Washington University—like institutions across the country—is faced with the challenge of dealing with the global economic crisis, remaining on the cutting edge in the face of constantly changing technology and continuing to provide the best possible education to its students. For the second year, we have attempted to compile a […]
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