The McDonald’s swim stadium renovation caused plumbing issues in Cafe 84.
Students provide their opinions on USC’s new dining options midway through the semester.
USC Hospitality Chef Eric Ernest explains the nuances of the 2012-13 dining hall changes at EVK, Café 84 and Trojan Grounds.
Café 84, now a dining hall, will feature a crepe station and hand-scooped ice cream.
Recent transformations to the on-campus housing experience impact the entire study body.
USC Hospitality will convert the donated dining dollars to items for a local charity.
Café 84 will be converted into a dining hall and remodeled after Whole Foods stores.
USC should make fresh food and non-bottled water more accessible. I strongly agree with Tim Clayton’s opinion column “USC promotes healthy eating, doesn’t deliver,” published Feb. 7. Though the university might encourage nutrition with its words, it fails to make healthy food available and affordable for students. USC Hospitality should immediately make two sweeping policy […]
“This Week in Photos” highlights the biggest stories of the week. Dental school provides free care for local children>> Women of Troy off to best start since ‘07>> Local parish celebrates anniversary>> Two USC greats to have numbers retired>> Eccentric hip-hop trio builds up Ten$ion>> Café 84 will serve us […]
Freshmen will benefit from a healthier on-campus option that addresses dietary restrictions.