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Columbia Dining has opened their Customer Satisfaction Survey for the year – now’s your chance to say everything you’ve been holding back (bad and good!) about the dining locations across campus.  The survey is running from now until this Friday and can be found here for students, faculty, and staff.  For each completed survey, Dining […]

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Bwog’s all-star ESC correspondent Sean Zimmerman gives you the skinny on the continued push for video games in student spaces.  Remember last week’s ESC proposal for video games in Lerner? In case you’ve forgotten, council member William Cybriwsky presented a revolutionary solution to Lerner’s oft-lamented boringness—rentable video game systems for use with Lerner’s televisions. Well, […]

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Dining Services can play the role of mother when needed. The question is whether or not the mother is a kind one that gives you unlimited fro-yo, or an overbearing one that tells you things you already know. A tipster too busy indulging in Chipotle to deal with lines at the Action Station sent us […]

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http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/utter-PR-fiction-but-people-love-this-shit-so-fuck-it-lets-just-print-it-2269573.html. Oops. (The Independent) Foner, riding the Pulitzer tide, thinks leaders could learn a little from Abe Lincoln. (WSJ) When it comes to dining, we could have it worse. Fordham and NYU dining halls both earned a “C,” the lowest grade possible. (NYT) Wiffle ball wreaks havoc among small children and this “risky” summer camp behavior must be […]

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It’s that time when Dining gives away piles of packaged snacks to gauge what to stock at JJ’s and Blue Java next year. Ahoy annual Food Expo! It’s happening now until 2pm in John Jay. *You gotta swipe. bummer. Nudity via Wikimedia

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Here’s a heads-up for those of you who bought dining plans during Suite Selection, perhaps lured by the promise of “Bonus Dining Dollars.” An intrepid tipster warned us that you need to be wary of these tricky plans. You will get the extra dollars next semester–after a long summer break. But you’ll probably forget about […]

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Have any major changes come to our little neck of Boringside Heights? Sort of. It seems that Dining knows how hard it is to hold a cup of coffee or tea while rushing to class (or sneaking drinks into Butler). This convenient Starbucks-style latte lid was spotted in John Jay by a perceptive and caffeine-addicted […]

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It’s that time of year–the Dining Services Customer Satisfaction Survey 2010 is here! For every survey that is filled out, Dining Services will donate $0.50 to the soup kitchen at the Broadway Presbyterian Church. In addition, Dining Services will match, in food donations, the total donation amount from all of the surveys taken. Also, something […]

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