zaman-al-samt said: loll. i am actually planning to go to Drew. Is the food really that bad?
I'm commuting so I wont be eating THAT much there.
Yes, it is that bad. Be thankful that you as a commuter aren’t forced to pay for the meal plan like students who live on campus.
A brief interlude from commons “food” that is important to note, if you are a prospective student:
“The Macbook option comes as the newest part of Drew’s award-winning Computer Initiative, a program that supplies a free state-of-the-art laptop to each of the school’s new students.”
HOOOOOOOOLD UP. FREE? Yeah right, buddy. These laptops were far from free and if your battery gave way (which is the component most likely to give way), they were even less free. I’m upset that they threw this blatant lie into an article with generally good news! Ruined it! Read the fine print!
Also: Drew laptops are very far from “state of the art.”
Text on card, if it’s too blurry: Why is there kielbasa in the sweet and sour chicken? Honestly, that is just foul. Also, the selection of food, other than the “sweet and sour chicken” was pathetic. This meal was not worth what I paid.
In February, this was a sign in the Snack Bar:
Combo 1 (which according to them is $5.49), bought individually:
(1.49)*3 + 0.99 = 4.47 + 0.99 =
(3 cents less)
Combo 2 (which is according to them $5.49), bought individually:
(1.99)*2 + 0.99 = 3.98 + 0.99 =
(52 cents less)
Conclusion: Someone can’t do math, or someone thinks you don’t know how to use the calculator on your phone.
From an alum, a blast from the past c. 2006
Cake should not be able to defy gravity through the power of staleness…