Fewer options, poor food quality and falsely-labeled items are among the problems that students have had with Butler dining this year.
Food variety changes, social distancing, and longer wait times are all new changes facing students this year.
Butler has paused most projects on campus, including renovations to ResCo.
Opinion columnist Taylor Roberts explores student opinion on the variety — or more specifically, the lack thereof — of campus food offered to Butler students for the 2019-20 school year.
Opinion columnist Julian Cirnigliaro compares hamburgers from Atherton Union and ResCo kitchens.
The Butler Collegian’s Opinion Editors went to ResCo to test out the new bar.
The first wave of renovations has taken place in ResCo for the first time since its opening. Starting with sophomore bathrooms, the plans for the hall look to completely update it to 2019.
University Terrace residents, now including sophomores, return to campus to find lead paint waivers and cockroaches
Students have multiple options for living on or near campus over the summer. This year, on-campus housing will be in the Apartment Village, instead of ResCo, where students have lived during summers in the past.
Rising sophomores were stuck waiting for hours after their scheduled times at a room selection event on March 27. About eighty of those students will have to live in ResCo instead of Fairview next year.