News Brief: Food Committee Gives Students Voice

The school has established a food committee to allow students a say in what is served in the dining hall.

Kendall Dubin

Kendall Dubin ’18

“I know in my 3 years there has been different changes that people wanted, or foods that people liked, so this committee is basically a way for students to directly influence the kitchen staff’s menu,” said senior Kendall Dubin.

The committee of students, faculty and kitchen staff meets once a week. Dubin says the food committee has been taken more seriously this year than in previous years. Changes made so far include offering real maple syrup, stronger coffee, more baked foods and generally healthier foods, rather than fried foods, have already been made.

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