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 Irwin geese, a fixture of Butler’s campus for the past four years, are notoriously difficult to contact. However after much chasing, the patriarch of the family finally agreed to sit down with me for an interview.
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.
Bon Appetit issued a response to student concerns about dining options on campus.
Since the Nov. 18 opening of Plum Market, many students’ biggest issue with the store has been the pricing of products it sells. Due to this feedback, Plum Market lowered the prices on some items on Dec. 1.
Plum Market encompasses areas where Butler dining has been lacking in. The market has a variety of allergy-friendly, vegetarian and vegan options that’s sure to please anyone.
Editors Nate Lemen and Andres Salerno discuss the problems with Butler’s newest dining options the reasons people are so damn mad.
Students have mixed reactions about the opening of Plum Market. Some students are concerned about price while others are happy about the amount of options.
Go behind the scenes of Butler’s new dining option opening on Nov. 18.