Dining hall caters to changing student tastes

(PHOTO/ Zenith Shrestha) Above: Troy Univeristy’s Dining Hall has begun offering new food choices, including more vegetarian options. Left: Jessica Bryant, a senior psychology major from Pensacola, Florida, works in the dining hall.  Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer The Troy University Dining hall has made several updates this semester to cater to the evolving needs of students. Read More

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Dining locations on campus, healthy options

Victoria Cirilli photo Lucas Sanabria, an exercise science major from Atlanta who was a junior in the spring, loads his plate with fresh greens from the salad bar in the Trojan Dining Hall.   Victoria Cirilli For first-year Trojans, maintaining a healthy diet can be a challenge, but advice from fellow students can ease the transition Read More

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Chef’s meals bring people together

Pratibha Gautam Staff Writer Eric “Chef” Millsaps, the executive chef of dining services at Troy University, spends most of his day planning and organizing how the different meal service stations at Trojan Dining function. He is the mind behind the fried chicken served during lunch, as well as the North African cauliflower salad served during dinner.  Read More

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Treat yourself to updated meal plans, dining options

Sable Riley Arts and Entertainment Editor   Students are in for treat. University administration and Troy Dining Services have announced new meal plans and accommodations starting fall 2017. Students have previously voiced complaints to Dining Services, including dissatisfaction with the inflexibility of meal plans and frustration with the organization’s current operating status. “What I have heard Read More

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