Dining halls will close over break, serving to burden low-income students.
The university has a responsibility to ensure students have equal access to allergen-free foods.
The organization plans to reach its goal with an increased awareness effort. Swipes for the Homeless raised $17,000 last year.
Students provide their opinions on USC’s new dining options midway through the semester.
Students express concerns after USC Hospitality posts signs about policy and $100 fine.
The university should reconsider its $100 fine for taking utensils or food away from dining halls.
When considering what college to attend, prospective students pay close attention to a place’s aesthetics and living conditions. Often, one of the major aspects they consider is the food in the school’s dining halls. Last spring, I came to campus as a prospective student for the “Explore USC” program. I remember having dinner at EVK […]
USC Hospitality Chef Eric Ernest explains the nuances of the 2012-13 dining hall changes at EVK, Café 84 and Trojan Grounds.
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Hospitality administration said they first tracked the traffic of students dining.