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Results from a survey sent to students about dining services options are in and currently being reviewed by the university. Student Government Association (SGA) organized an interactive exhibition to promote the survey and the new contract the university signed with Aramark earlier this year. Changes in the contract that were promoted by SGA include featured concepts and artistic renderings of future renovations, a Steak ’n’ Shake in the POD, a Starbucks in the library and...

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This covers the SGA meeting on April 2. CAMPUS CLIMATE CHECK Senator Emeritus Samy Abdallah, senior, noted the construction going on behind the Bell Center and by the football field. Abdallah asked if the bollards that have been raised to prevent cars from passing through would be lowered anytime soon. David Tuttle, dean of students, suggested an SGA member reach out to TUPD and Facilities Services. Senator Mia Quintanilla, first-year, brought up a concern discussed...

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This covers the SGA meeting on Feb. 26.   GUEST COMMENTS David Tuttle, dean of students; Bruce Bravo, senior director of conferences and auxiliary services; and Paul Wright, director of business operations in the Tiger Card office revealed the decision made by the request for proposals (RFP) committee. The committee chose to stay with Aramark, Trinity’s current dining services provider. Tuttle, Bravo and Wright explained the decision-making process, and Juan Luevanos, sophomore senator and part...

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When we first heard that the Dining Services Request for Proposals (RFP) committee had opted to renew the university’s contract with Aramark, newsroom opinions were divided. Were we really going to continue business with a company that made national headlines just last week for serving a racist “Black History Month” meal of corn bread, collard greens and Kool-Aid? We’re continuing our ties with a corporation that has paid more than $2 million in penalties concerning...

The Dining Services Request for Proposal (RFP) Committee decided early this September to reconsider Trinity’s dining vendor. Committee members, including Paul Wright, chair of the committee and director of business operations, and Bruce Bravo, senior director of conferences and auxiliary services, are evaluating Trinity’s dining needs and choosing a vendor that can best serve the university. Currently, Aramark is the dining vendor for Trinity. Aramark oversees the dining in Mabee, the Commons and Skyline. Although...