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.
The Starbucks was installed to meet the growing demand from Boston College students to purchase the name-brand coffee and is now operated as a “We Proudly Brew” program, which allows BC to capitalize on the nationally recognized brand while wholly benefiting from the sales of Starbucks coffee.
Late Night is a food staple and dining tradition for BC students.
A meticulous yet rational approach to saying cheese.
“Immigration Reflection” focused on three BC dining workers who had immigrated to America.
This week’s “Employees of BC” features Dorita Angelats, manager of the On the Fly Mini Mart at Stuart Dining Hall.
Through its new initiative “Test Kitchen,” BC Dining hopes to add creative dishes to the menu while also getting direct student feedback.
For BC Dining’s Ana Jimenez, “It is one of the most beautiful things, working with students.”