Extended campus dining hours would attract late nighters and provide convenience for students living on campus. Many students are awake late at night or early in the morning. Whether it be for studying, partying, or simply taking it easy, college students do not have a set time for when they go to sleep. With this being the case, college campuses should require at least one dining hall
Food plays an important role in our lives, especially in college. Food affects people financially, nutritionally, and educationally. The dining halls at Virginia State University are a major source of meals and food for students. Needless to say, it is important that those students can eat at these dining halls. The problem with this is that the cost of campus dining is way too expensive for the limited options we have.
There have been complaints about how long it takes the financial aid department to process the paperwork and about questions not being answered. Several dormitories need to be upgraded. General advising is unproductive. Faculty are used to advise students, and some faculty have been misinforming students. More advisors are needed to advise the students.
Here at Hebron we have more than 2000 students on the main campus and our campus is far too small to accommodate that many students at once for lunch. We have very few lunch lines and all the lines are always packed full of people. And a solution to this would be to simply allow students to go off campus for lunch, with restrictions however of course. I believe that only Juniors and Seniors with a car should be allowed to go off campus for lunch. As most sophomores are fairly new drivers and including them would be too much traffic to handle in the parking lots. With the the addition of off campus lunch you would solve a multitude of problems at once and make things easier for you and the school staff.
Being a senior in high school has showed me many problems with my school. I have had both good and bad experiences so far. Most situations are not as extreme as they were at Fremont High School. With that being said, some problems with my high school might surprise you.
Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) offers a lot for us, students, in the Residence Halls. Comfortable lounges for us to study and hang out with our friends, free cable, accessible water fountains, and microwaves and mini-fridges are already provided for us. However, something valuable is missing from our Residence Halls that would have been a huge plus to living on campus. Where are our kitchens? The meal options at OLLU are great, but the food at the Cyber Café tends to get boring and bland, and the Sister Annie B's Cafeteria can get crowded with long lines to get food. Cooking is what makes food exciting and more gratifying, but without a kitchen, how will we ever learn to cook for ourselves and enjoy food? The new
On the other hand wiley has a lot of room for improvement. To start off there could be a better service on the dorms. For example, I stay at strickland and when I arrived my AC was dripping a huge amount of water inside the room, so I reported it. Its being about a month and it's still leaking, nothing has being checked neither does it seem like it will be checked in any time soon. Another area where Wiley College can make a huge improvement is in the cafeteria. The cafeteria food is descent, for the first two weeks I was satisfied with the meals. However, there needs to be more variety of foods. The food menu doesn't change at all, you would think that because the hispanic population is increasing in the college they would make an attempt to also add some mexican food. For starters most of mexican food is very cheap so it would not caused the college any much more from what it's already spending.
Gregory Cooke, MD, is an experienced obstetrician and gynecologist who served as an attending physician at the Angleton Danbury Medical Center from 1996 to 2015. For much of this tenure, he oversaw operations in Angleton Danbury’s Obstetrics and Pediatrics division. In the wake of Angleton Danbury’s 2015 acquisition by the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), Gregory Cooke, MD, remained with the UTMB Angleton Danbury Campus as a faculty staff physician.
Faculty and administration coming together on one accord in support of an agreed upon mission is key to success. The article speaks about how the university of UNC worked together to come up with a classroom space problem they were having trying to accommodate the growing student population. The faculty worked on a schedule and the administration was able to provide funding needed to pay for technology upgrades rather than spending it on a new building, which resulted in saving the university $800,000 (Denneen, 2012). In addition, keeping in mind that each faculty member and administrator must share accountability and understand his or her role in this process or it can ultimately fall
The students of our school should rally together and hang the cooks in the Cafeteria. Well, maybe that is a little too dramatic, but something has to be done about the school lunch. The stuff that they serve the students is truly awful. Students should not be forced to eat in the cafeteria because the meals are not prepared well, there are foreign objects in the deserts, and many kids have gotten ill after eating certain items.
I appreciate quite a few aspects of Wake Forest. The school provides many fantastic academic opportunities and clubs and sports to pursue your interests, which I love. (I do wish we had a chorus though.. hint, hint) The staff is generally friendly and I love most of my past teachers and present teachers. I often visit, or say "Hi" and I like talking to them. Though, the one problem is...most of the students are...indescribably irritating. Most of the teachers just write it off as just "kids being kids". These students can make it irritating to students who want to learn. Especially, when some teachers listen to the wrong students.
Through this petition, we, the dorm residents, urge for the accomplishment of the DFac being renovated or closed completely. We need an appropriate compensation to be healthy and happy. Unfortunately, we feel the DFac is below adequate to say the least. The quality of the food is dangerous, the service is beyond sluggish, and the atmosphere is dead! There have been times where we have came in to grab breakfast or lunch and the lines are backed up worst than rush hour traffic. In fact, there is actually only one line open during breakfast. Long lines mean longer waiting. Some Airmen only have an hour for lunch which can not be afforded to be wasted. Are we just expected to skip a hot meal? Another thing that makes getting in and out is the
Again the lack of time for teachers and all staff to process and analyze new change. For example, one teacher explained that this was her 7th year in the school and 5 of those year she
Freshmen students do not have a choice of where they get their food, usually the dining hall is their only option. Freshmen do not have the ability to prepare their own meals, due to the lack of culinary resources.