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Proc won the largest share of votes as students' favorite dining hall, according to Zeitgeist survey data.

Proc or Ross? Settling the Debate

Perhaps the most divisive and controversial decision students must make boils down to one simple question: Proctor or Ross?
The college's dining halls offer a wider array of vegan options this year than ever before.

Students Navigate Misconceptions and Challenges of Veganism

By ELIZABETH ZHOU October 18, 2017

The word “veganism” has the power to elicit eye-rolls, approving nods, or looks of utter confusion. Some view the vegan lifestyle as a pretentious fad, an overly ambitious and misguided attempt to...

Students Outside Proctor Dining Hall

SGA, Admin Collaborate on New Dining Options

By ELIZABETH SAWYER October 11, 2017

The Student Government Association (SGA) and Director of Food Services Dan Detora have continued to collaborate on changes to the dining halls in response to student feedback to the SGA’s dining survey....

Dining Services Staff Discuss Upcoming Changes

Dining Services Staff Discuss Upcoming Changes

By Liz Stasior, Contributing Writer May 3, 2017

Starting in the fall of 2017, a swipe system in Proctor, Ross, and Atwater will track when and where Middlebury students eat. This system will provide accurate counts for dining services in terms of preparing...

Graphic by Julia Hatheway.

The Caffeine Fix: Dining Hall Switches to a New Brew

By Emilie Munson March 13, 2016

During Winter Term, the dining halls welcomed a new brew at the beverage station: coffee by local roaster Vermont Coffee Company. Based in Middlebury Vermont, coffee from the Vermont Coffee Company is...

Food Served on Silver Platters

Food Served on Silver Platters

By Michael O'Hara December 3, 2014

Students returned from Thanksgiving Break to new and improved dining halls. All three — Ross, Proctor and Atwater — received a makeover with new features that include silver serving platters, cereal...

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