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Calamari and Convenience

Joy D., Wellesley College
At first, I avoided the Lulu, because as the self-named center of campus life, the Lulu Wang Campus Center also served as the center of Orientation life. Why do I go to the Lulu now then? It’s close to the Academic Quad. After exploring the other dining halls, first-years at Wellesley College realize that students pack into the Lulu during lunch hour for convenience. Continue reading

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No Lack of Choice at Collis Café

Melissa A., Dartmouth College


Orientation has finally come to an end, which means that the seemingly ceaseless parade of free food events has also concluded. This, of course, led me to transition from Medlife organization meals and Ultimate Frisbee team dinners to the actual dining halls on campus. Over the past few of days, I have grown to frequent Collis Café, the dining location that lays in the heart of one of the biggest hot spots on campus, the Collis Center. With its wide variety of options, charismatic staff, and fantastic service, Collis Café attracts hordes of students. Continue reading

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