Comments of the Week: Community Edition
Bummer did some journalism of his/her own, investigating Lenore Rubino’s announcement to retire:
When reached for comment, Ms. Rubino said she was looking forward to spending more time opposing her family.
Lenore Rubino, Friend, Neighbor, Realtor has a nice property:
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student is not so happy with the changes at Leo’s:
“Many stations at Leo’s are no longer serve-yourself for portion control. Also, because the “teammembers” like interacting with students.”
This is so ridiculous. It’s not like there’s a huge obesity problem on this campus – not to mention that we’re a prestigious university full of intelligent adults who are probably capable of controlling their own portions. It’s not the dining hall’s place to regulate how much we eat.
And frankly, I don’t care if the “teammembers” like interacting with students, if it means that we as paying customers have to wait in outrageously long lines for mediocre food.