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- Attorney General asks students to fight sexual assault
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All posts tagged "food"
- McAlister’s Deli one of U of L’s best restaurants
By Madison Thompson & Briana Williams– McAlister’s is easily one of U of L’s best restaurants, one that every student should try at least once. It is well known for a diverse menu, with options ranging from...
- Posted March 11, 2017
- Recipes to put spring in your step
By Madison Thompson– Spring style does not have to be limited to fashion and décor, it may also be celebrated in meals. Here is a list of snacks which will help you celebrate spring to the fullest....
- Posted March 8, 2017
- Card Towne’s best restaurants to visit
By Briana Williams– Cardinal Towne is home to hundreds of students and plenty of restaurants. The area is surrounded by good food options which students can easily walk to when they’re tired of on-campus eateries. Most of...
- Posted March 7, 2017
- Panda Express comes to campus
By Briana Williams– After a week of opening its doors on campus, Panda Express stole the hearts of many students on campus. It’s also stolen the customers from Wendy’s, Papa John’s and Subway. I was indifferent when...
- Posted February 12, 2017
- Thanksgiving trumps Christmas
By Kyeland Jackson — Christmas has long held the top spot on holiday rankings, displacing Valentine’s Day, Fourth of July and even St. Patrick’s Day . But Thanksgiving has lived in the shadow of Christmas for too long,...
- Posted November 27, 2016
- LAHSO honors the dead with El Día de los Muertos
By Roya Fathalizadeh– The Latin American and Hispanic Student Organization celebrated El Día de los Muertos with food, music, dancing and education on the culture on Oct. 27. Translated to Day of the Dead, the Hispanic holiday...
- Posted October 28, 2016
- A guide: How to make flex points last
By Briana Williams– At this point in the semester, stress levels are rising while flex points are dropping. No one has a problem with declining meal swipes, but keeping flex throughout the semester is every student’s greatest...
- Posted September 11, 2016
- U of L answers dining questions
By Olivia Krauth– In Aramark’s first two weeks of being U of L’s dining partner, U of L Associate Vice President for Business Affairs Mark Watkins estimates they’ve seen two to three million transactions and received positive...
- Posted September 3, 2016
- Fall dining options all but official
By Kyeland Jackson — U of L’s dining options could be transformed this fall. While they have been listed online, university spokesperson John Drees said they are not yet official. Announced as part of the SAC renovations, the new...
- Posted June 8, 2016
- Brief: U of L bookstore closing in transition to Follett
By Kyeland Jackson — Updated 5/18/2016 The bookstore will be closed May 13-16. Announced in a blasted email today, Chief Financial Officer Harlan Sands said Follett will bring more supplies, technology and gifts to the bookstore. Follett was...
- Posted May 10, 2016