Over the weekend of March 1-3, the words “white power” appeared on a whiteboard in the Atherton Union student lounge near the Efroymson Diversity Center.
Bon Appetit will be taking over dining services on May 13, which means changes for Aramark Corporation employees. Aramark employees will have an opportunity to apply for positions with Bon Appetit after passing a background screening.
Vice President for Student Affairs Frank Ross announced on Aug. 24 that several changes are coming to Butler’s dining services, including revamped hours, menus and a new service provider in the near future.
Opinion columnist Doug Roche III shares his ideas on what Atherton Union should offer in the upcoming school year.
Kimbrough has had some trials, such as becoming pregnant at nineteen and losing several family members, but she’s always kept her head up.
Students that are required to have meal plan are concerned with the quality of food they are consuming from Butler’s catering service, Aramark.
Construction on Atherton’s roof will continue in the spring semester. The building’s flat roof must be updated every 20 years.
Many students at Butler University frequent the Atherton Union Marketplace and may know little about the food they are putting in their mouths. Atherton offers food to students every day, but where does this food come from? How is it prepared? How can students find nutrition information on the food? Ed Campbell, manager at Atherton…
One of Butler University’s dining options, Campus Club, is losing business, and students say they aren’t surprised. C-Club, located in the basement of Atherton Union, has seen its business slow down early in the school year. A possible reason for this is the end of meal exchange, an option to use meal swipes instead of…
A $2.5 million renovation and expansion to the Atherton Union Marketplace greeted students for their first meals of the semester. The project has a dual purpose of creating more space and making cosmetic changes. “It was obvious that we had a facility that was aging and inadequate,” Sally Click, dean of student services, said. “It…