Letter to the editor: Regarding Cal Poly’s on-campus dining

Our freshman meal plan is the bruise on the otherwise delicious apple that is Cal Poly.

Cal Poly transitions to cashless culture

From 2008 to 2013, cash payments in Campus Dining facilities fell by 12 percent.

Campus Dining hacks: Your 5-step guide

Have you gotten into a boring food routine on campus? Kristine is here to save the day with these hacks.

Today's Top 5: From nutrition calculator to extra club funding

Olivia Doty [follow id = “CPMustangNews”] Here’s a daily dose of news around campus. 1. Campus dining launches nutrition calculator   Last week, campus dining released a new app, a “nutrition calculator”, that can possibly help students pay attention to…

Campus Dining launches nutrition calculator

Christina Favuzzi [follow id= ChristinaFav] Students wondering how healthy the food is that they are eating on campus are now able to add it up using Campus Dining’s new nutritional calculator. Cal Poly’s Campus Dining registered dietitian, Megan Coats, told…

Cal Poly students weigh in on Reddit theory

Wouldn’t it be nice to have Chipotle on campus?

New dietitian makes a wave of change

Students concerned with their nutrition now have a new resource available to help them make informed choices when eating on campus. For the last two months, Megan Coats — Campus Dining’s new registered dietitian — has been educating students on what dietary options are available at campus dining facilities, she said.

Mustang News, Nov. 6, 2013: Campus Dining plans to expand, Financial aid cancels federal loans

Christina Favuzzi [follow id= “ChristinaFav”] Mustang News anchor Christina Favuzzi covers today’s biggest news at Cal Poly.

Cal Poly Corporation planning new dining complex

The plan for the new facility is still being talked out within Cal Poly Corporation and among university administrators, Cal Poly Corporation spokesperson Yukie Murphy said.

Mustang Minute, Oct. 29, 2013: Campus Dining offers reusable containers

[follow id= “ChristinaFav”] Campus Dining now offers freshmen reusable containers to fill with food from 19 Metro and VG Cafe. Christina Favuzzi finds out about the Eco-To-Go program.