Though the recent addition of the Sprinkles ATM has drawn a lot of attention to the dining scene on campus, USC Hospitality has taken major strides in revamping and restructuring its venues and food offerings.
USC Hospitality has added a brand which debuted at the on-campus farmers market this semester.
It’s clear from the talk around campus that many students are anticipating the replacement of Carl’s Jr. with The Habit next semester. To promote this exciting change, The Habit’s food truck visited campus on Dec. 2 to give out free burgers and fries. Though this event was an overwhelming success, there are things that can […]
Restaurants have the right to charge their customers extra fees in order to help the environment.
USC Hospitality aims to offer students healthier alternatives for on-campus dining options.
USC is the first and only university to incorporate pop up cafes into its dining options.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum will now offer new food choices including pork and chicken sandwiches, salads and sushi.
A comparison of the on-campus market with local grocery stores shows up to an 80 percent increase of product prices.
Students will now be able to order food for either pickup or delivery on campus.
The first weekly farmers’ market is poised to become a new way for students to shop.