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All posts tagged "food"
Do’s and don’t’s from tailgating veterans
By Taylor Schafer– The start of a new school year brings about exciting events, but one of the most thrilling of them all is football season – most importantly, tailgating. This can be a scary time for...
- Posted August 23, 2015
Seven cardinal rules to fight the 15
By Nate Gilbert– The first week of class is finally here. You’re anxious, excited, nervous, scared and probably still confused as to what is going on in this new place. What I most remember about my...
- Posted August 19, 2015
Everything you need to know about food at freshman orientation
Every seasoned Cardinal knows about Sodexo, the company in charge of over twenty student dining options across U of L’s campus. Have you ever wondered what they are doing in the slower summer months when they aren’t...
- Posted June 1, 2015
Meal-plan price negotiations stalled
While the Student Government Association and the university assess the new SAC renovation project, the discussion surrounding Sodexo meal-plan price increases has been delayed. The stall prompts students to question if the SAC renovation plan and the...
- Posted March 10, 2015
BizzyBee delivers quality
I trudged out of my bed and downstairs, with a blanket wrapped around my shoulders, on a Saturday morning. My eyes fiercely fought the paycheck that kept them open for an early-morning desk shift. I had forfeited...
- Posted January 10, 2015
Five local Christmas dinner dining options
By Leada Felli– Although many restaurants are closed on Christmas, there are still a variety of places that offer a chance to dine out on Dec. 25. We can all agree cooking isn’t for everyone. The Rivue...
- Posted December 8, 2014
Thanksgiving recipe guide: Three contemporary dishes to wow your family with this Thanksgiving
by Ben Graven — Bacon-wrapped green beans You will need: Fresh, rinsed green beans 1 package of hickory smoked bacon I can of water chestnuts Brown sugar Olive Oil Salt/pepper Toothpicks Cook/prep time: less than 30 minutes...
- Posted November 26, 2014
Five festive dinner ideas for Thanksgiving
By Leada Felli– Ready for new traditions in the family? Tired of all the cleaning and hassle of Thanksgiving dinner? Listed below are five great restaurants with Thanksgiving dinner deals that offer a special dinner, from cheap and...
- Posted November 20, 2014
Recipe on a college budget: Stuffed peppers gone Jack-o-lantern
by Ben Graven Halloween is upon us and there is no better time to try creative new recipes than the month of October. The cold weather begins to ease through the Bluegrass and so does the...
- Posted October 28, 2014
“Wear Red to be Fed” Kicks off Homecoming Week with Free Lunch for Cardinal Spirit
- Posted October 14, 2014