Late night dining tries their best

By Josh Wolmer1851 Contributor

I think it’s been a rough year for 1851 late-night dining. Last year late-night dining wasn’t offered until later in the year, and you would think that students wouldn’t be complaining as much about the food service for this year. I believe students have no right to complain about 1851, due to the short staffing and the nationwide product shortage.  

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Students still unhappy with dining services

By Rebecca Osowski, Taylor Viles & Owen KwetFeatures Editor, Print Sports Editor & 1851 Contributor

A student waits to pick up their food from Kyle Mullen (’21) at the 1851 Grill. Photo by Taylor Viles

Late night dining at The 1851 Grill was implemented on campus in the spring of 2019, giving students not only another dining location but also a late-night meal option. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the grill switched from in-person ordering to using only the Boost Mobile app. 

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Swipe or no swiping: What is happening at 1851?

By Katie Peters & Casey DiBariArts Editor & Opinion Editor

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Students wait in long line to order food from the 1851 late-night option. Photo by Katie Peters.

When students returned this September, they were met with a surprise when they arrived at The 1851 Grill to get their late-night dinner. Instead of the usual meal swipe for anything on the menu under $7.99, students learned that was only an option for five items; everything else they had to pay for with dining dollars.

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