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Pasta is served in Eliot House’s dining hall on Wednesday evening. This semester, HUDS debuted a new pasta sauce made with locally-grown tomatoes.
When asked about the new marinara sauce served in dining halls, several students reported no significant change in taste.
As I sit in the Adams dining hall, I weep uncontrollably. No, not because the bananas are greener than the grass in the Yard is, nor is it because the toasters don’t actually toast my bagels. No, all these things pale in comparison to my true, inner moral quandary.
Whether you’re having trouble navigating the new sandwich bar or don’t understand why there’s so much chili, here is a run through of all the major changes that the have occurred in the world of dining at Harvard:
In an effort to make meals more convenient and healthy, Harvard University Dining Services is offering a greater selection of coordinated dishes this semester.
The menu changes include a daily rotating sandwich bar in place of the former fixed deli and a chili bar replacing the pasta bar during lunch.
The Undergraduate Council leaders pointed to two initiatives from last spring that they want to establish as fixtures for the College’s future.
The HUDS website, an epitome of virtual sophistication, has gone almost entirely unnoticed by the Harvard community, which has been instead preoccupied with the new my.harvard website, which seems to have more bugs than a Mississippi swamp.
Omni consolidates similar features from the old application, but eliminated others such as information about libraries and financial aid.
A crowd of HUDS workers, students, supporters, and a live band rallies in front of the Smith Center on Tuesday evening for Local 26, a Boston union that represents hotel and food service workers, including HUDS employees.
Nearly 100 people attended the kick-off rally, including current Harvard University Dining Services employees, other members of the UNITE HERE Local 26 union, and Harvard students.
Harvard students and employees participate in a Local 26 protest on Tuesday evening in front of the Smith Campus Center. HUDS employee Fatima Leighton states, "I love working with the students, and I treat them with respect. My own daughter is in college and I hope she is being treated as I treat Harvard students." Local 26 represents hotel and food service workers in Boston.