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According to Sharon Curry, sustainability coordinator, Mabee alone produces about 4.23 tons of trash weekly, and much of that is food waste. In the process of providing multiple food vendors and an open buffet for Trinity’s 2,500 students plus faculty and staff the university produces a substantial amount of food waste. However, Trinity and Aramark have several processes that attempt to minimize their contribution to landfills, including a compost and recycling system. “We are very...

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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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Brent Gorman, executive chef for Trinity dining, used the skills he got from his family to become one of the top chefs in the nation. Gorman grew up in Greece, where his parents owned a restaurant, his mother ran her own art studio and his uncle owned a bakery. In the summer, Gorman worked for his uncle baking and selling pastries. At the same time, his mother taught him how to sculpt and paint. One...