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Atwater dining hall embraces local meat providers

During the month of January, Atwater dining hall served only local meat, a more environmentally sustainable practice.

By TONY SJODIN

February 13, 2020

All of the meat served in Atwater Dining Hall over J-Term was sourced locally: “We’re going to stay with local meats, at least to the best of our ability,” said Ian Martin, commons chef of Atwater.

How we eat: Feeding 2,500 students

By CECELIA SCHEUER

November 21, 2019

Ever wonder how much squash dining services orders at a time? We found out.

Environmental Affairs Committee ramps up meat reduction efforts

Students on a Monday afternoon get food in Atwater Dining. The Environmental Affairs Committee has been working with dining services since 2017 on sustainability efforts.

By TONY SJODIN

November 21, 2019

In accordance with a 2017 SGA bill, dining halls are aiming to reduce meat consumption while providing nutritious alternatives and catering to student needs.

The dispenser dispute: Dining halls remove napkin dispensers

The change is aimed to reduce workload in light of staff shortages.

By ISABEL LICKEY

November 21, 2019

Dining halls across campus replace individual napkin holders with larger, centralized dispensers.

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