With major changes in the makeup of residential life next year due to increasing class sizes, Dining Services will adjust as needed, but has no explicit plans for change.
All students living on campus will contribute equally to Washington University’s overhead costs through their meal plans starting next year. The University is also changing the way it calculates overhead costs per plan. The new on-campus meal plans will all have the same built-in overhead fee.
Washington University Dining Services spent approximately $7,000 this year to replace missing and broken dishes, utensils, cups and trays. The cost of replacing dishes is reflected in students’ meal plans. Each year, Dining Services allocates $1.50 to 2.50 per student in its budget to cover the costs of replacing missing dining equipment.
Fascinated by nomenclature? How about food? Fame? Glory? Dining Services is offering Wash. U. students and the surrounding community the opportunity to name next year’s dining options at the new South 40 House. This process includes two rounds, the first of which is currently open. Anyone can fill out a survey and submit ideas for the names of many stations, opening in August 2010.
Wash. U.’s Dining Services has managed to come up with some positive news for the new semester: better hours at the Village. The stir-fry station’s hours have been extended from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, and the Village Grill is open until 2 a.m. on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Students have all seen those pictures on the wall in Bear’s Den and Center Court. Now, they have the opportunity to own those special pieces of Washington University history. An auction to benefit Mr. Wash. U. will be held on Thursday at Ursa’s Fireside at 7 p.m. to sell the photos depicting campus life, which […]
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