Committee elicits student dining issues
A student-run Sodexo Food Committee meets at 4 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month inside Dillin Hall to discuss campus dining issues. The Linfield Dining
A student-run Sodexo Food Committee meets at 4 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month inside Dillin Hall to discuss campus dining issues.
The Linfield Dining website, www.linfielddining.com, advertises the Sodexo Food Committee, but this year there’s a lot in the works to increase publicity and to re-vamp the committee.
Campus Liaison Committee Chair junior Wesley Allegre said that he will promote the Sodexo Food Committee to the Associated Students of Linfield College Senate so that it can be included in the Senate reports.
“Using ASLC will be influential because ASLC has a big presence on campus,” Allegre said.
Senators can pass the word to their constituents and receive input on changes they would like to see in Dillin Hall.
“My ultimate goal is to be informed about what students do like and what they don’t like,” Allegre said.
Director of Dining Facilities and Auxiliary Services Brad Sinn said that one of this year’s goals is to accommodate students.
“I would like to see a lot more interaction on what meal plan fits students lives,” Sinn said.
Sinn also said that he would like more input from students on dining hours. With sports and academics, students are on different schedules, he said.
For more information about the Sodexo Food Committee contact General Manager of Linfield Dining Services Bill Masullo.
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