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Gauging the Grille

Initial student reception of the new dining service

Kevin Wang, Opinions Editor

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Considered by many as the “heart” of the school, the Grille serves as a designated area for dining and as a vibrant hub for socializing. The Grille has been part of the school since its early days, where it was colloquially know as “the pagoda,” according to Whit Watson ‘89. “When we arrived on campus in 1983, there were two outdoor pagodas on the canal that served food,” Watson said. “We still called it ‘the pagoda’ even though the pagodas were knocked down.” Over the summer, the Grille welcomed a new dining service to serve the student population breakfast, lunch and snacks every school day. Naturally, the student body’s reception of the new dining service is essential for the success of the Grille. As such, The Trinity Voice has gathered initial student reception of Metz Culinary Management.

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