Judge finds that Epicurean worker has right to seek compensation in civil case

The long-standing criminal case against Epicurean owner Chang Wook Chon reached a conclusion on April 29 during a hearing in which District Judge Robert L. Wilkins of the U.S. Attorney’s Office decided that plaintiff Marvin Hercules should have… Read More

Agreement reached on New South Student Center pub

GUSA leaders came to an agreement with the administration Thursday regarding the planned pub in the New South Student Center. GUSA President Clara Gustafson and Vice President Vail Kohnert-Yount signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Dr. Todd Olson,… Read More

Owner of Epicurean indicted by Judge for criminal contempt

When it was time for Plaintiff and Epicurean worker Marvin Hercules to go to Court and testify, Epicurean owner Chang Wook Chon gave him a map with directions and pointed him to the door with one final piece… Read More

Epicurean sued for failure to pay workers’ overtime wages

Epicurean and Company is being sued for violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act and DC Minimum Wage Act. The lawsuit was filed on July 30 by three plaintiffs who worked overtime on several occasions without adequate compensation. Both… Read More

Free Food for All: Thanksgiving Edition

Thanksgiving break is finally here, a much-needed respite from the stress of classes and an interminably long midterm period. For those of you who can’t escape campus for the next few days, free food is here to help…. Read More

Epicurean, Leo’s, The Tombs, and Bangkok Bistro were high-risk violators of D.C. health code in 2009

A couple of weeks ago, Vox got the Freedom of Information Act itch and decided to FOIA the Food Establishment Inspection Reports of some local restaurants. We obtained the two most recent health inspection reports from the D.C…. Read More

New Corp café coming to the Davis Center by November

The Corp has recently received project approvals to move forward on their newest venture, a café in the Davis Performing Arts Center, according to Corp CEO Ryan Callahan (SFS ’10). Callahan predicts that the new venue will be… Read More