Students learn about nutrition while eating a meal made from produce grown in the Irvington garden beds
Butler makes dining options available so first-year students with food allergies feel more safe on campus.
The university hopes to bring additional meal options to campus with the station.
Chad Melinger, the new campus executive chef, describes his background and the ideas he has for Butler Dining.
How Butler students can get the best dining experience for their needs.
Kimbrough has moved on from her position at Butler following changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fewer options, poor food quality and falsely-labeled items are among the problems that students have had with Butler dining this year.
After listening to student feedback, we have realized that not everyone is aware of what all Butler Dining has to offer. I want to make sure that the student body has all the information about what options are available to them, with or without a meal plan.
Food variety changes, social distancing, and longer wait times are all new changes facing students this year.
Since the fall of 2019 Bon Appetit Dining Services has actively worked to lower its environmental impact on Butler University and as progress is made, a new compost based initiative is introduced.