“These incidents don’t happen often,” a Dining Services spokesperson said.
Cynthia Edmunds took over the position from Roger Worthington last year.
They've sent out interest forms to about 50 potential businesses.
T-swirl Crepes opened its doors on March 5.
The FRN used to rely on DOTS buses to transport food.
A student took to Reddit to share a photo of the spot.
The university's plan for storing them was recently approved by the state Health Department.
About 20 people have used the city's composting program, which started Monday.
There are exams before and after the 11 a.m. ceremony.
The student union hopes to open a new restaurant by August — over a year after Adele’s closure.