...if the food-service providers are spending millions of dollars to enhance campus dining - thereby trying to increase their profit share - they need to be improving our options, not worsening them. Drastic overhauls, especially when they eliminate popular eateries, are not bringing back any of their student clientele.
among a myriad of other complaints.
Yes, J- Street is alot different than in the good old days of 2003 when the author of this editorial started here. However are our options are greater than those many Universities provide. Do you know any other school whose meal plan not only includes area restarants not directly affiliated with the school, but the ablity to use the "dinning dollars" to buy real groceries, fill prescriptions and get haircuts?
J-street food isnt the greatest, but its college food! We have it alot better than most.
Why can't The Hatchet and our student body, complain about things that are a little more substantial, such as our incredibly high tuition, or work to bring about real change on campus?