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Last updated: Wednesday, February 28th at 8:20 p.m. Last fall, Trinity launched a request for proposals (RFP) to select a new dining service provider. The university signed a letter of intent to continue with Aramark instead of Sodexo or American Dining Creations, the two other services the committee reviewed. Aramark has been the university’s dining services provider since 1984. At a Student Government Association (SGA) meeting on Feb. 26, Juan Luevanos, a sophomore SGA senator and...

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Mabee dining hall, and Aramark in particular, are often the target of students’ ire. But why? There is currently a policy against dining swipes being used for multiple people. Aramark and dining services intend for swipes to be used by one individual. Though dining plans, policies and prices are managed by Aramark, the enrollment of students in meal plans is run through the Tiger Card office. Oralia Carrillo, systems administrator in the Tiger Card office,...

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Several groups and organizations at Trinity have been implementing policies that make campus life more sustainable and environmentally friendly. Sustainability on campus is an ongoing process, and many members of the Trinity community are working to make sure this process is advancing. Charles Robles, food service director of Aramark, explained a little about the efforts that he and other dining staff are making to move campus dining toward sustainability. “We’re doing our best with composting...