New Food Stations for the Fall 2023 Semester!

Looking to change up your lunch on campus? With the opening of two brand new stations, there’s a lot to try.

The first of these new locations can be found in the Bear’s Den dining hall. ‘Triple C Steaks’, also known as “Campus Center Cheesesteaks”, is a station where students can customize their own steak and cheese sandwich with their choice of toppings such as sauteed mushrooms, fresh jalapenos, and their choice of sauces including buffalo, ranch, and chipotle. There is also a gluten-free and vegan option, so anyone can give it a try. Despite the wide variety of options, not many students have actually tried the station. Out of thirteen interviewed students, only three had indulged. Out of these three, each of them enjoyed it. One senior described it as ‘very good but ‘having a ‘very long line to order’. 

The other brand-new option is the Expedition station. Located in the Flynn dining hall, the station offers a shifting menu from various parts of the world, with food such as roasted buffalo chicken garden salad, all beef meatballs, and even a nacho bar. As opposed to the other station, many students have already tried it. Expedition, like Triple C Steaks, has been well received, with students viewing it as ‘great’ and enjoying the variety in the menu. 

If you are one of those students who has yet to try out these new stations, stop by Bear’s Den or Flynn Dining Commons when you have a chance!.

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