On November 30 of last year, Ayse Porsuk was on campus at one of the dining halls handing out literature about her union, Local 1102 of the Retail, Wholesale, Department[...]
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“I can’t believe I even ate that,” she said. “I know it’s bad, but we really don’t have a choice.”
Backfish’s concerns echo those of fellow Stony Brook students – many feel that the food on campus is both disgusting and expensive, but they have no choice but to eat it.
The Faculty/Student Association formally announced that campus dining, long a target of student criticism, would switch contractors over the summer from Chartwells to Lackmann Culinary Services. But before you applaud the change, a few things to keep in mind.
As the end of the semester grows near, some residential students at Stony Brook University find themselves in a bothersome and familiar predicament. While others deal primarily with the stress of grades and finals, these students must also concern themselves with how they will manage to eat.