After nine years with Sodexo food services, the University of La Verne has decided to place a bid for other companies to fulfill the University’s residential dining, retail and catering needs.
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Many University of La Verne students often find themselves asking “what is better than the food at The Spot?” The answer: just about anything.
by R. Anthony Thurman Staff Writer Three months following the dining services proposal committee meeting, the University of La Verne’s choice for a new food service provider is still up in the air, leaving students uninformed. According to Greg Marer, manager for Aramark, ULV’s present food provider, the new food service provider should be known […]
His bright smile, and “How are you today?” brighten the day of many weary University of La Verne faculty and students.
Why is tuition going up? What is being done to improve parking? Why do on-campus students need a meal plan? These questions and many others were answered during panel discussions held last Tuesday and Thursday in the Quad.
Next year, the University of La Verne on campus dining services will sign a contract with a new provider. Because of what is currently provided, most students still remain unhappy and unsatisfied with the services rendered by the Aramark staff.
The constant hustle and bustle of a college student’s life can easily cause tremendous strain, especially on one’s own stomach.
The dining services proposal committee, headed by Dean of Student Affairs Loretta Rahmani, met Feb. 19 to begin the selection process for a new food service provider to start next semester for the University of La Verne.
A lunch was held in the Quad Sept. 20, to celebrate Latino Heritage Month.
Three thousand years ago, men built Stonehenge to measure the exact length of the vernal equinox. The significance of their measuring has transcended time, and today people all over the world measure the size of humanity’s heart during the equinox to celebrate Earth Day.