Butler makes dining options available so first-year students with food allergies feel more safe on campus.
The Butler dining team makes changes to menu items and sustainability practices
Many students may hope to gain independence from their parents, find new friends or make lasting memories in college. I imagine that just as many people hope for better food quality and more options. Does Butler dining make the cut?
Fewer options, poor food quality and falsely-labeled items are among the problems that students have had with Butler dining this year.
We Butler students love to complain about our campus dining options. So, is the food actually that bad, or do we all just relate over this shared angst?
Changes will affect meal plan options, locations for Dawg Buck usage and Butler’s contract with Aramark.
Opinion columnist Doug Roche III shares his ideas on what Atherton Union should offer in the upcoming school year.