Tag Archives: Sbarro
After opposition at Senate meetings and a rewriting of the bill, the move to change the shape of campus dining propels.
Take a look at Sbarro in Alumni Square and Salsarita’s in the Student Union food court. Photos by Keri Weiland
Enterprise Editor Ryan Thompson says while the newness of Student Government’s ability to use the fees students have to pay in order for their classes to count mixes well with that 1972 bottle of house wine, the importance of SG’s ability to allocate responsibly remains extant.
Highlights from Sept. 24 Senate meeting: Senate approves dining renovations; students speak out against Chick-fil-A
Among the night’s events included approved plans for campus dining renovations, a hearing of student concerns against Chick-fil-A, approval of two senators and funding approvals for intramurals and the UNF Student Wellness Complex.
Not only do some students feel discomfort at the thought of the politically charged Chick-fil-A replacing Sbarro, but many do not want to swap Salsarita’s with a Papa John’s.
Some UNF students just want chicken and waffle fries, while others don’t want their school paying for Chick-fil-A’s donations to anti-gay organizations to further restrict the rights of the LGBT community.
In case you only swing by the on-campus Sbarro occasionally, here is your chance to find out a little more about its supervisor.
More than a handful but less than two handfuls of architectural tricks and campus oopses that you may have missed.
Outdated Osprey Café will be torn down this semester to make room for a new state of the art facility.