The lack of choices in The Spot has become a common gripe among several students on campus, however, this lack becomes even more scarce if you are a vegetarian, and even worse if you are vegan.
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Janelle Pedroza, Alexis Patterson, Mark Coromac, Mason Hughes, Thomas Del Carmen enjoy jambalaya, a dish originating in Louisiana, at Davenport Dining Hall Feb. 13.
In honor of Black History Month, the Black Student Union provided traditional soul food, Afro-Latino, Creole and Caribbean recipes to Bon Appétit, upon their request, to serve in Davenport Dining Hall during February.
Barbara’s Place made huge strides toward better food last semester with the addition of more daily specials including Hawaiian Thursdays and build your own grilled cheese days, and by adding more grab and go options including sushi. Unfortunately, those improvements did not transition over into the new semester.
Vegan students at the University of La Verne do not choose to eat vegan only a few times out of the week, and with very limited vegan options available at the Davenport Dining Hall, they have a hard time following their dietary choices comfortably on a daily basis.
Finding affordable, healthy and convenient food can be difficult, but restaurants meet these criteria right here in La Verne, including Spooner’s, Lordsburg Taphouse and Grill, and Argo Mediterranean Grille.
Lalania “Lani” Bidwell started this fall as new general manager for dining and catering services on campus.
With the hiring of new Bon Appétit director Lani Bidwell, we at Campus Times would like to take this opportunity to make some suggestions for Davenport Dining Hall and Barbara’s Place that we believe will benefit the students of La Verne:With the hiring of new Bon Appétit director Lani Bidwell, we at Campus Times would […]
Several University of La Verne departments have taken needed steps to give students extended access to campus amenities, such as hot food, ticket purchases and mail pickup.
President Devorah Lieberman and 15 other administrators responded to about 40 students’ pressing issues, such as lack of housing, parking issues and lack of programs for Hispanic students, at the Associated Students of University of La Verne’s town hall meeting Oct. 16 in Morgan Auditorium.