This week in Features, Eric Pilch looks into student dissatisfaction with the dining services at Leo’s and the role of Aramark, the company behind it.
“The blame may lie with the company behind Leo’s, a corporation that is gaining notoriety for its resistance to change—especially the kind that may eat into some of its profits—and competition,” Pilch writes. “That company is the Aramark Corporation, which has provided dining services for Leo’s since 2008.”
In Leisure, Claire Ferguson reviews the Nomadic Theatre’s production of Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde.
Sports looks at the cross country teams’ race to the season’s finish line.
In Voices, Emma Forster bemoans the reverence and popularity of e-readers.
Ed Board criticizes the failure of emergency systems during the Harbin evacuations.