Management shifts prompt change in the Dining CommonsBy Jaci Gorrell | Contributor Recent changes in DC management have prompted a reevaluation of necessary leadership positions. Whereas the DC and Campus Center were formerly overseen by the Dining Services Director, this job is no longer feasible for a single position. Dave Seweryn, […]
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People make your food; chickens eat the leftoversBy Becca Robb | Echo This is the second in a series of four articles researching environmental sustainability on campus. Topics include electricity, water, food and material waste. Before lunch As the bell tower tolls 11 a.m., students begin trickling down the stairs […]
Love, Taylor UniversityKatherine Yeager | Echo Research contributed by: Annabelle Blair, Cassidy Grom, Ellie Hershberger, Becca Robb and Peyton Smith Dear Cindy McWhirt, We were blessed to be served by you. A life spent in Grant County, from attending Wes-Del High School and Tucker Vocational School, to serving at Taylor […]
Miscommunications are causing frustration among students and DC staffBy Natalie Nohr | Contributor In one week alone, DC workers were forced to throw away 22 trays of cookies and 14 trays of bread, according to DC Service Manager Melissa Crouch. This is because students used their hands instead of the provided […]
Dining commons hypocrisyBy Ashley Burkett | Contributor The moment has arrived. Nearly every semester, a Taylor student publishes an article criticizing the quality and variety of campus cuisine. Generally, the contributor lists the fluctuations of the DC’s visual set up, temperature of food, selection variety and freshness of product. This […]
Changes unveiled for DC and new Campus CenterBy Becca Robb| Echo Splashes of fresh paint cover the walls and new signs hang above familiar venues at the DC. When you grab a square white plate and drizzle marinara sauce over your pasta, you might forget that you’re standing in a […]
MESA President, Jerchovia Moxey reveals details about upcoming Mosaic Night and Global Market events
With all the many options available in the D.C., students should have little to complain about. Yet negative attitudes and comments abound. To discover the source of these poor outlooks, one Echo staff member suggests an introspective look.