Freshman Adam Treutelaar: “Sandy puts a smile on my face every time I go to Plaza, and I'm sure she makes her grandkids even happier. The least I can do is spend as much as I'd spend on a meal swipe to help her do that.”
Chef Joe Moroni: “You walk into the dining room at the Culinary Discovery Kitchen and you don’t know what to expect. Hopefully you leave with an open mind and a desire to get to know others.”
The plan offers students discounts at CDS locations, but also charges students a base cost higher than the remaining spending money.
One event allowed students to meet local farmers.
Campus Dining Services incorporates sustainability and student health needs.
Despite continued construction on Pershing Commons, the market reopened for students Aug. 12.
Mizzou Market-Southwest will serve as a temporary 24-hour replacement.
CDS will display dollar prices at Baja and hopes to expand to other locations.
Mark Twain Market will remain open during the Mark Twain renovation, but will have shorter hours.
Items of products sold at Emporium and Timeout have been marked up from 300 to 500 percent from the products real value.
RHA hopes to raise more than the $3,100 it raised last year.
Plaza 900 employees enforce a “one person, one tray” rule.
The franchise used to have a location in Brady Commons.
The website tracks nutritional values and filters by allergen.
Sabai’s delicious Southeast Asian menu makes up for its slow service.
Many of the dining halls are staying open late for students celebrating the holiday.
The change will save 65 tons of food per year.
MU and the Bradford Extension Farm are implementing a plan to compost students' leftover food.
CDS will evaluate the trial run toward the end of Summer Welcome sessions.