Tag Archives: food service

Students desire better campus experience

Students from the Journalism News Writing course under the direction of Prof. Cindy Simoneau surveyed students on campus services. Project editors: Kevin Crompton, Sidney Jones, August Pelliccio and Michael Riccio. Student reporters: Matthew Araujo, Jailene Cuevas, Dave Fowlin, Jonathan Gonzalez, Gerald Isaac, Shawn McFarlane and Jenna Stepleman. Late night dining on campus, GPS located shuttle bus services, weekend campus healthcare, weight training at school;

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SGA approves new Peace Club and discusses other changes on campus

Lynandro Simmons – General Assignment Reporter Friday April 7, Student Government approved the start of the new Peace club organization. “The purpose of Peace is to bring more awareness to sexual misconduct on campus,” said Jessica Holman. Holman, a student worker and representative for the organization, said Peace would also show students how they can actively be involved in preventing sexual

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Students voice their opinions about food service

Alex Palmieri – News Writer The hashtag #SCSUChartwellsProbs has been trending on social media for SCSU students to voice their opinions on particular concerns about Chartwells food services. Using the hashtag, it sends student’s thoughts via Twitter, Facebook etc. If there is a problem with any type of food service that is provided by Chartwells, they want students to fight

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Chartwells employees protest university’s push to hire students, lay off current staff

Chartwells employees spoke to the media Tuesday about the university’s decision to increase student workers, while laying off current employees. Photo Credit: Anisa Jibrell Aaron Berkowitz – General Assignment Reporter A group of Southern food-service workers marched with picket signs down to the President Papazian’s office chanting, “Phase in,” in hopes of persuading the university from deciding on a food

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Q & A with Rosa Mccray

Mackenzie Hurlbert – Managing Editor Rosa Mccray came to work at Southern 27 years ago to save up enough money to buy a fur coat. A couple coats and over two decades later, Mccray’s still here welcoming students and being the natural-born people person that she is. I first encountered her at the registers of Conn Hall during my freshman

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