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Student view of the Student Union

Students have had enough with the long lines, overpriced foods and lack of dining options in the Student Union. With the changes dining has made over the course of a year, students are still adjusting to the changes we never asked for. As a junior mass media major, I’ve  seen some of VSU’s student favorites come and go. I remember ...

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Students consider if food is worth the wait

Leaving campus to grab lunch brings obstacles such as losing a prime parking spot and rushing through a meal without tasting it. VSU though has several popular eateries on campus to save students from leaving campus for a quick meal. “On average the Student Union is serving 3,000 people per day at Moes, Chick-fil-A, Starbucks and Which Wich,” Lynn Darsey, ...

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VSU Dining makes new and expensive improvements

This past summer, $1.5 million in changes were made to the dining services here on campus such as the Blazer Grill switching back to a buffet style, and Palms Dining Hall receiving many changes to its layout and menu. The main changes to the hall include the expansion of Home Zone, which is the buffet area, by taking away the ...

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Blazer dining updates are a mixed bag

Over the summer VSU underwent a major renovation in Palms Dining Hall for the first time in 11 years. “It was time for change,” Lynn Darsey, assistant director of Auxiliary Services, said. The university invested $1.5 million in order to bring students a new dining experience. When it comes to the changes in the dining services, I have some likes ...

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