The Ring-tum Phi

D-hall with a side of coronavirus

Ropes and signs facilitate social distancing while students wait in line.

Tori Johnsson

September 10, 2020

Our university’s biggest social distancing weakness is dinnertime. Our relationships with fellow students build a strong campus community. But we may end up with less people in that community if we don’t give each other personal space in the D-Hall line. An average 6 p.m. view from the Marketplace’s...

Reduce, reuse, revamp: Compost in the time of coronavirus

Dining services’ use of compostable takeout containers and other safety precautions have lead to trash build-ups

Annalisa Waddick

September 10, 2020

Dining facilities’ use of compostable takeout containers leads to trash build-ups and changes for the campus compost crew.

Weekend dining options on campus

Cassidy Fuller

February 8, 2016

Saturdays are by far my favorite day of the week. You don’t have school, you can sleep in a little bit and maybe nurse your hangover from your crazy Friday night. Although you probably should do some homework, you still have all of Sunday to catch up if needed. It’s a day to relax a little bit and...

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