Co-Opinion Editor Katie Freeman laments the loss of greasy goodies that were once available during the glory days of what is now Plum Market.
The university hopes to bring additional meal options to campus with the station.
The Center for Faith and Vocation and Butler Dining are collaborating with student religious groups to provide traditional meals in honor of spring holidays.
Students who need assistance will be able to sign-up for free, pre-packaged meals.
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.
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.
Butler partners with the Boost app to expand the ways in which students can pick up food during the COVID pandemic.
Food variety changes, social distancing, and longer wait times are all new changes facing students this year.