Charting new courses for dining

Charting new courses for dining

Chartwells first year at Trinity presented a learning process for all
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter April 18, 2024

Chartwells’ arrival as Trinity’s dining provider headlined with the promise of providing more sustainability. One year after making this promise, opinions from the student body have been mixed regarding...

A student checks into Mabee Dining Hall using the new smart kiosks.

Chartwells continues cooking up change

Sustainability and accessibility are at the forefront of Chartwells’ ongoing assimilation
Joshua Mitra, News Reporter August 31, 2023

The incoming reviews of Chartwells have been largely favorable, allowing Trinity’s new dining provider to focus on long-term goals of being eco-friendly and accommodating. Despite plans for Chartwells...

Illustration of the Tigers for Ethical Dining logo

A tiger can change its stripes: Tigers Against Aramark rebrands to Tigers For Ethical Dining

Tigers for Ethical Dining advocate for positive change in the dining experience
Monica Martinez, News Reporter September 1, 2022

Student organization Tigers Against Aramark (TAA) rebranded to Tigers For Ethical Dining (TFED) in July 2022 as they communicated with Trinity administration during the Request for Proposal (RFP) process....

Photo credit: Oliver Chapin-Eiserloh

Revolve vendors remain due to demand

Lindsay Morgan September 12, 2019
Aramark solicits and retains vendors based on student requests
Photo credit: Alexandra Parris

SGA creates new, expansive committees

Jolie Francis March 21, 2019
Old committees are removed or funnneled into three new broader committees
Photo credit: Matthew Claybrook

Dining Services continues to augment dining options on campus

Kaylie King January 23, 2019
Food and juice truck open; New dining venue planned for Chapman or Halsell
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Aramark beats out competitors for dining RFP

Kathleen Creedon February 26, 2018

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...

Culinary expert Brent Gorman improves Mabee dining

Culinary expert Brent Gorman improves Mabee dining

Gabriella Garriga February 5, 2018

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,...

Temperatures plummeted earlier this week, leaving parts of campus frozen, including Murchison Fountain.  Photo by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator

Winter weather shuts down Trinity’s campus

Jordan Bruce January 16, 2018

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...

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Trinity explores new on-campus dining options

Cathy Terrace September 26, 2017

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...

Campus dining introduces new restaurant concept, Revolve. 
photo by Chloe Sonnier

Changes to Trinity dining services spark excitement

Kendra Derrig August 23, 2017

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...

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