This October, Pitzer College’s Grove House kitchen officially reopened for the new school year. The Grove House kitchen hosted a soft opening just prior to fall break in mid-October, then officially opened for full service the following week with its hours from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m, Tuesday through Friday.
Pomona College’s decision to implement a compulsory Ultimate Meal Plan for all students living on campus last year has received mixed responses from students, including a petition this semester calling for the administration to make the meal plan optional. The adoption of the Ultimate Meal Plan was announced April 21,
For the next time you’re waiting in an unbearably long dining hall line, music columnist Hannah Weaver SC ’24 has you covered.
Scripps College did not accept meal plan swipes at Malott Commons over spring break, leading to frustration and pushback among students.
How many dining hall staff members do you know by name? Meet Dora Garcia, who has worked at 5C dining halls for 34 years alongside several members of her family.
Amid the excitement of a return to cross-campus dining, an influx of students across 5C dining halls has left already-understaffed dining hall workers to deal with mask discrepancies, larger messes and longer lines.
This year, the 5Cs are providing a delectable new dining option: food trucks. The trucks offer both tasty food and storied histories.
After a nearly two-year hiatus, cross-campus dining will gradually return at the 5Cs beginning Feb. 26, according to emails from college administrators Thursday. A decline in COVID-19 cases across the consortium allowed for the reopening, which will take place in stages to accommodate for operational challenges and flexibility as case counts change.
Pomona College released further information on its plans to return, including the elimination of cross-campus dining and additional housing.
Some furloughed Pomona College dining hall staff members will be returning to work part time to provide meals to homebound senior citizens, according to a Monday email from Treasurer Robert Goldberg. The program will provide breakfast, lunch and dinner to 180 senior citizens who are homebound and cannot regularly purchase