Lack of communication about dining hours causes confusion

February 7, 2018 0

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer When students came back to campus from winter break, they discovered unexpected changes to the dining halls across campus, including hours of operation and available food choices. The students were caught

Fantasy meets fine dining

April 29, 2015 0

Marianne Caesar Features Editor While you go to dinner at the North Side Bistro, you are probably more concerned with the balance of meals you have left rather than the person swiping your ID card.

Snapper Spotlight: Nancy Leed

December 3, 2014 0

Aaron Jaffe Advertising Manager Kelsey Bundra News Editor Every person on this planet has the need to eat, whether to gorge oneself or to simply sustain. Through every person wanting food there is a transaction

On the gluten-free lifestyle

April 2, 2014 0

Sophie Defaix Staff Writer I have always thought that campus food is pretty decent at Millersville. Before I came to the United States, I expected it to be way worse than it actually is. I

In defense of the meal plan

April 2, 2014 0

Anthony Jadus Senate Recorder “You are what you eat,” is an old-time saying that has some truth to it if you look at it in its most basic form. The healthier you eat, and the

Eat on the street: The Marauder Express is in town

February 19, 2014 0

Raechel Chapman News Writer Students might not have noticed the Millersville University Food truck on campus this semester, but it’s been in service since Dec. 9, 2013. The truck currently resides on the Benchmark construction

Dining hall discontent: Healthy choices needed

October 30, 2013 0

Julia Scheib Staff Writer “Technically I’m a lacto-pesca-ovotarian,” said Julia Boyer, a junior studying jewelry and metals at Millersville. Her well-researched decision to cut out poultry and mammals, Boyer said, stemmed from the knowledge of

Dining: ripping students off

October 2, 2013 0

Maria Rovito Assoc. Opinion Editor This past summer, Millersville University underwent many dramatic alterations: the newly-renovated library opened up, construction for the new dorms began, and the new parking lot was built for resident students.

Dining on a budget: How to shop and save

September 25, 2013 0

Ali Chiavetta Features Writer For those of us who don’t choose to brave the dining halls every day after having moved off- campus, making meals can be quite a feat. The misconception is that in

Barren Bistro

September 18, 2013 0

Allie Remis Staff Writer The closed sign on the door of the North Side Bistro is a common sight for Millersville students. Between the two main dining halls on Millersville’s campus, the Bistro has a

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