The fruit is rich in antioxidants, high in fiber, and has high amounts of Vitamin C to protect the immune system and Vitamin B2 for energy.
The app had over 700 downloads as of Wednesday night.
Since its inception, the Screaming Eagle has satisfied generations of hungry BC students.
Dining staff decided to make the change after noticing the lack of student enthusiasm for harmony bowls.
The Great Plate Debate: BC Dining Hopes to Reclaim 2,000 Plates and Showcase Nutrition, Sustainability
BC Dining has received student feedback that it will use to continue to improve dining options.
On Thursday nights, you could get into The Rat, formerly Boston College’s on-campus bar, for 50 cents. That was in 1980, however, and things have certainly changed, most recently this summer.
Boston College Dining Services showcased its plans for the future of dining with Menus of Change, a culinary showcase, at all the main dining halls across campus. Students who gave feedback were rewarded with t-shirts.
Boston College Dining Services is rolling out new changes this semester to make food options across campus healthier and more sustainable. The new additions include Harmony Bowls at Eagle’s Nest and sushi once a week at Corcoran Commons and McElroy.