Tagged - Dining

A step forward for dining

The new instillations seem to be a good step.

Student documentary recognizes dining workers

The eight-minute documentary brought together all parts of the dining experience, incorporating interviews with students, workers, and Director of Campus Dining Services and Auxiliary Operations Cameron Shauf.

Services and us

Students need to be more concerned and involved with the people that serve them every day.

Mel Sauce leaves a mixed taste

According to the Senior Executive Chef for Dining Services Antonio “Chef Tony” Pignagrande, a packaged version of Mel Sauce had been in the midst of development for nearly two years.

UR A Star Award to recognize staff

The award is part of Brown’s larger UR Stars in Service Campaign, which aims to raise awareness of the work done by UR staff members.

Dining lauded for creative seating solution

When there were too few seats in the newly remodeled Douglass Dining Hall, Dining Services came up with a novel solution for modulating the number of students at each meal.

Thoughts for food

The University's food options are anything but satisfactory.

The hidden truth of Hillside prices

But Hillside food still seems a bit pricey, even compared to other convenience stores. Why does it cost so much? And where is all that money really going?

Dining Services’ love for students isn’t always mutual, they say

While swiping into the dining hall, student engagement with employees rarely graduates from the ritualistic “hello, how are you?”

The faces behind Dining Services

A simple transfer of a card is, for some students, the most personal connection made with Dining Services employees.