Celeste Wells, an associate professor in the communication department, has the students in her spring rhetorical tradition class write thank-you notes to people at BC who make their lives better.
If the app is successful, BC Dining may expand this to other dining locations.
“Like I suspect many BC students have done before, I routinely steal food from the dining halls on campus. And recently, I have even begun eating food from the garbage.”
Since the inventory of plates has decreased so drastically, BC Dining has been forced to use more single-use to-go containers.
Carolyn Townsend, the director of environment and sustainability programming in Student Initiatives, hopes to permanently implement composting at every dining hall on campus in the future.
The fruit is rich in antioxidants, high in fiber, and has high amounts of Vitamin C to protect the immune system and Vitamin B2 for energy.
The app had over 700 downloads as of Wednesday night.
One student created an online petition calling upon students to boycott Eagle’s Nest until Gonzalez was rehired.
Since its inception, the Screaming Eagle has satisfied generations of hungry BC students.
Dining staff decided to make the change after noticing the lack of student enthusiasm for harmony bowls.