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Open Forum addresses major student concerns surrounding campus dining

Open Forum addresses major student concerns surrounding campus dining

Several students concerns revolved around Fox Dining Commons, mice in the dining halls, and uncleanliness. (Courtesy of UMass Lowell) Andre Ragel  Connector Staff Students gathered on Wednesday in University Crossing’s Moloney Hall to voice their concerns at the annual Student Open Forum on Campus Dining, sponsored by the Student Government Association (SGA).  Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Larry Siegel joined Aramark staff

New dining hall coming to USuites

A rendering of the intended seating layout for the USuites Dining Hall, scheduled to open in January 2018. (Courtesy of Student Affairs) Morgan Joubert Connector Contributor As the growing university continues to expand, so does a growing population of students, and with more students, more meal plans. With new residence halls and additional property being

Campus Living Series: Quiet Concordia

Concordia Hall, located at 6 Solomont Way on UMass Lowell’s South Campus. (Andre Ragel/Connector) Andre Ragel Connector Contributor Amidst the myriad of changes that has happened this fall semester around campus, there remains a quiet, traditional residence hall perched upon the top of a small hill: Concordia Hall. Built in 1957 as a residence hall

South Campus’ new dining hall: What to expect when you are starving

Katrina DesRosiers Connector Editor South Campus is currently undergoing a major change in dining with the up and coming McGauvran Student Center. With this addition, there will be a new all-you-care-to-eat dining facility on the first floor, and Subway, Freshii, a bakery, café and a grab-and-go market on the second. On the third floor, there

ICC unveils renovated dining hall

Hannah Manning Connector Staff A woman at the door carried a plate of hors d’oeuvres and offered one to anyone coming to swipe in. Balloons hung from the stations. Clearly, the Inn & Conference Center (ICC) dining hall staff were eager to put on a show for its inaugural meal. Last Monday, the ICC opened

Jiri “George” Banacek passes away

Michael Caizzi Connector Contributor It is always a sad event when somebody dies young, especially when they’re one of our own. Jiri “George” Banacek, a man whose warm smile and delicious eggs greeted the students of South Campus at breakfast for over a decade, sadly succumbed to a battle with liver cancer at the age

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