Last updated on Oct 6, 2019
By Jada Butler
Many students were shocked and disappointed to discover a complete menu change at the End Zone in Hillwood Commons Saturday, Sept. 28. That night, the
One student-athlete, who preferred to remain anonymous due to NCAA public relations standards, showed up at the End Zone around 11:30 p.m. and was disappointed to find the regular menu gone. “I guess I’m not eating tonight,” the student, who doesn’t have a car to go off campus, said. “It would cost me $30 to take an Uber off campus just to get some cheap food that probably isn’t good for my diet.”
The new resident district manager for Aramark, Rob Reinhard, said the
It’s not that the idea of unlimited food and drink is unappetizing; most students just prefer “outside” food to what is prepared at Winnick. In a social media poll reaching 116 users, The Pioneer found that 91 percent of students prefer off-campus dining, as opposed to the nine percent who voted in favor of dining in Winnick.
Aramark is always open to student feedback, according to Reinhard. He encourages any students wanting to share their thoughts to fill out the “We Heard YOU”