Tagged - Dining

UR dining is the epitome of convenience and class

The dining system here at UR is near-perfect.

Why it is our duty to steal from Hillside Market

If you wanted to make a plate of nachos, you would have to shell out over $55. If any readers decide to make them, I would be interested to know if you instantly attained enlightenment, transcended this mortal plane, and reached nirvana.

Bring back Grubhub

Food poisoning. 20-minute lines. No available tables. These have been the realities of dining options at UR both this and last semester.

Dining updates include GrubHub ending Feb. 14

Many students who spoke with the Campus Times were disappointed about the closure of off-campus GrubHub purchases. 

The dining shortage breeds toxic body image

We can’t just stop eating while we wait for a committee to decide on the “best” way to feed us, whatever they think that is.

Staff shortages limits dining options for students on campus, student demand refunds

With this drastic shift, hours have shortened at certain dining areas, and more niche options have closed entirely.

Sorry professor, I ate my homework

It’s unacceptable that the University fails to properly provide for students’ needs, especially when they promise inclusivity.

UR’s Dining Desert

I know that I can’t exactly compare Manhattan to Rochester, but I still wasn’t prepared for the extent of the food barrenness.

The dining shortage is hitting vegetarians extra hard

As a first-year, I’ve got no comparison for what the dining situation was like in past years, but clearly something isn’t right.

This year’s UR Dining experience: Fresh produce, less waste

Last week, in response to an Opinions article about the best and worst of campus food, Director of Campus Dining Services Cameron Schauf asked if he could talk to the Campus Times to discuss what’s new.