Inspiration clearly struck for Boston College Dining when it added a new breakfast option to the daily roster.
When Tania Hossain ordered the vegetarian quesadilla from Boston College Dining, she said she did not even notice she was handed the wrong one. After a few bites, she suddenly realized it had chicken in it—chicken that was not Halal.
From food and beverages to paper products and equipment, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the nationwide supply chain and everyone is feeling its impacts, according to Tom Williams, associate director of Boston College Auxiliary Services.
As Kate Canavan, newly appointed chair of the Undergraduate Government of Boston College’s environmental committee, is concentrating on leading her group to an increased presence on campus.
In an email sent Thursday afternoon, Boston College Dining Services confirmed that weekend Late Night dining hours on Lower Campus would be 9 p.m. to 2 a.m at Addie’s Loft. The email also officially announced that mozzarella sticks and chicken tenders, old staples of previous years’ Late Night dining menus, would be returning to the current menu on weekends. Those items returned to the weekend menu last week.
Amid the changes and revamps Boston College Dining Services has unrolled to start the fall semester, none has garnered as much attention as Late Night dining’s move from the first floor of Corcoran Commons to Addie’s Loft on the second floor.
“Without gathering students’ opinions regarding such established institutions within BC, even marginal changes may face unnecessary retaliation, which would prove unnecessary given adequate student input.”
As the fall semester approaches, Boston College Dining Services has made additions to its menus across all dining halls to both expand offerings and to better incorporate special dietary restrictions for students, spanning a wide array of foods and locations. Most notable among those changes is late night dining on Lower Campus moving from the…
Late night dining on Lower Campus will have a new home for the fall semester. Addie’s Loft on the second floor of Corcoran Commons will be now be late night’s territory, a short trip upstairs from Lower dining—the former home for BC students’ late night needs. In addition to the move, a new late night…
Boston College Dining Services will introduce its new reusable to-go container program at Stuart Dining Hall this fall. The move is part of a series of steps aimed at ramping up sustainability efforts on campus. The program aims to offer an environmentally friendly alternative to the paper containers currently available while also cutting back on…