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iPads give nutritional facts at campus eateries

Nutritional information is now a tap and swipe away in the dining halls and food court. Dining Services, in conjunction with Chartwells, has installed kiosks with mounted iPads that allow students to access the nutritional information of items on the menu and provide feedback on Chartwells’ service via an app. The system is being tested…

iPads offer nutritional facts at campus eateries
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iPads offer nutritional facts at campus eateries

Nutritional information is now a tap and a swipe away in the dining halls and food court. Dining Services, in conjunction with Chartwells, has installed kiosks with mounted iPads that allow students to access the nutritional information of items on the menu and provide feedback on Chartwells’ service via an app. The system is being…

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Pizza food truck to roll on to campus

A hurricane will hit the University of Miami when the Uragano pizza truck, named for the Italian word for hurricane, arrives on campus at the end of October. Recognizing the need for a pizza eatery on campus after the Rathskeller took over the former location of Sbarro, the UM Department of Dining Services worked with…

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On-campus food outlets match student interests

Concern about on-campus dining is an age-old issue at the University of Miami. But it’s one problem that is quickly becoming nonexistent. “Dining touches everyone- students, faculty, staff, parents when they visit,” said Ana Alvarez, director of auxiliary services. At the end of fall 2010, a new auxiliary services executive director, Sandra Redway, was appointed….

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Dining services responds to students

Concern about on-campus dining is an age-old issue at the University of Miami. At the end of last semester, a new auxiliary services executive director, Sandra Redway, was appointed. Together with the recently inaugurated Student Government executive board, the Department of Dining Services is ready to face the challenge of satisfying its clientele.

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