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Letter to the Editor from President Herzberger

Dear Students:

Thank you for your letter of support for those who work at Whittier College.  And thank you for showing your support directly to the wonderful people who prepare and serve delicious food in the CI and Spot and who keep our residence halls, classrooms, and campus itself looking so nice and so clean.  165 more words


Aramark: The Lesser of Two Evils?

In an ever changing student body, complaints about Sodexo, Fordham’s current food service provider, have been consistent. Students have taken to national reviews, social media and student publications to lament their campus food options, ranked worst on college campuses by the Princeton Review in 2014. 619 more words


Aramark Chosen as Fordham's New Food Service Provider

This article is a breaking news piece and is being updated as more information becomes available. Last updated: 4/18/16 8:21 p.m.

By Amanda Maile, Erin Shanahan and Theresa Schliep… 700 more words


ETSU selects new meal service provider

Last semester, ETSU administration announced that they were giving their long-time food service provider, Aramark, the boot with the contract set to end a in July 2016. 186 more words


Favorite dining at UofL

The restaurants around campus at UofL are really great when you think about it. There is so many great dining areas to choose from for everyone’s liking. 190 more words

Chartwells Doesn't Find Success At Simpson College

SIMPSON – In a surprising move that proved good really can overcome evil, Simpson College and Chartwells have decided to part ways. While most students had hoped for an immediate separation, the long-time-in-coming breakup will have to wait until June 1. 350 more words

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The beatings will continue until morale improves

The UK government, don’t you love them? Personally no, but that’s because of what they do, and its obvious intent towards the UK public.

Here we have a prime example of why corporate-run government organisations are a BAD idea. 142 more words