Several student groups are demanding the Harvey Mudd College administration actively address systemic racism after receiving two official statements from the college administration they say fell short.
In light of Scripps College’s decision to drop Sodexo as its dining services provider, Drop Sodexo student organizers reflect on their power.
In a victory for student activists, Scripps College is dropping Sodexo in favor of Bon Appetit to handle its dining services.
The Drop Sodexo campaign at Scripps is deeply involved in the needs of dining hall workers, even if most of their work is behind the scenes.
Student activists turned out Tuesday to protest a presentation by Sodexo, Scripps College’s controversial food service provider, which is hoping to renew its contract with the school.
The Scripps College-centered movement to drop Sodexo also has to work on Harvey Mudd College’s dining hall if they want to stay true to their message.
Chef Cristian Rubilar visited Malott Dining Hall this week to serve a custom menu of traditional Chilean cuisine.
Scripps College is continuing to look at dining hall service providers to potentially replace Sodexo, as students pressure the administration to move away from the private prison operator.
Scripps College’s contract with Sodexo, a food services company that operates prisons in other countries, is set to expire in 2020, and students have been putting pressure on the administration to not renew its contract. More than 40 students protested the school’s involvement with the French multinational company outside Malott
Let’s talk about something I love: food. No, just kidding. Today, we’re actually talking about prisons, something I manifestly do not like. However, the special relationship between these two things might shock you. Reader discretion is advised. The contractor behind Scripps College’s Malott dining hall, Sodexo, should be fidgeting right