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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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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...

After days of warmer-than-seasonal weather, temperatures plummeted in the early hours of Tuesday and have remained low all week. Trinity’s faculty, staff and students buckled down as a blast of cold air, freezing rain and snow closed campus and caused the enactment of emergency protocols. The university prioritizes safety when deciding to close campus, and in this instance, the crisis management team began the discussion of doing so Sunday afternoon. “The crisis management team is made...

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Earlier this month, Gary Logan, vice president for finance and administration, sent an email announcement to students, staff and faculty regarding the administration’s efforts to explore different food vendors in the upcoming year. In the email, Logan explained the process of creating a committee to select and recommend a new dining service for the spring semester of 2018. “Trinity University will launch a request for proposals (RFP) for the selection of Trinity’s Dining Services provider this...

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At the beginning of this fall semester, Trinity University Dining Services served up two major changes to the campus food scene. A new restaurant concept, Revolve, has opened for business in the Coates University Commons, and new executive chef Brent Gorman has taken over in Mabee Dining Hall. Revolve operates on a schedule of four rotating guest restaurants, including Which Wich, Papouli’s and Panda Express, with opportunities for new vendors as the program continues. Each...