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The dining hall has expanded this month with six new stations and bars, including ramen, burritos, grilled cheese, Indian, chicken wings and Philly subs.
André is back again and someone is having trouble pulling her man away from his fraternity to spend time with just her. See what our on-staff romantic advice columnist has to say.
Milkshakes and smoothies have been offered at ETC since the Monday before spring break. Six flavors of shakes and two flavors of smoothies are available.
University Dining Services will introduce Text-n-Tell, a mobile commenting and suggestion program, next month. Students will be able to text food suggestions to the staff.
There are more than 30 undergraduates who volunteer to tutor immigrants on campus. The ESL Tutoring Project was started by a Bonner Scholar about five years ago and undergraduate students have run it ever since.
Spider in the Kitchen is a food club that focuses on an exchange of recipes, entertaining and cooking ideas among campus foodies.
It is what we more bluntly referred to as the “spoiled brat” attitude from ages four through 10, and what we now face on such a painstakingly regular basis that we (often uncomfortably) choose to ignore it.
An unspoken and unavoidable condition plagues the American public. Regrettably, the Richmond campus is no exception. That’s right, you guessed it … SHE, or, also known as: secondhand embarrassment.
Check out the d-hall concoction of the week for April 1.
Check out what students and staff are doing this spring break.