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Many of SDSUs dining locations are mostly employed by students. Students working in the food industry have faced a unique array of struggles while operating during a pandemic.

Inside look into new challenges for on-campus restaurant workers

by Catlan Nguyen, Editor in Chief // October 6, 2021

San Diego State workers at various East Commons dining locations said challenges during the transition back this semester have included fear of exposure...

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Select Aztec Market locations will no longer accept cash payments.

Aztec Market residential locations go cashless

by Kaitlyn Little, News Editor // September 18, 2019

The Aztec Market’s residential locations are no longer accepting cash payment starting this semester. This includes the markets located at Cuicacalli,...

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So-Cal Chicken unveiled new meal options, including vegan and vegetarian options, as it raised prices on certain items.

So-Cal Chicken adds new food options, shrinks portions

by Jadyn Brandt, Contributor // September 18, 2019

So-Cal Chicken has decreased their portion sizes and increased prices since the last semester.  After updating menus to show nutritional information,...

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Lolitas Mexican Food is set to open at South Campus Plaza fall 2019.

Lolita’s to open at South Campus Plaza this fall

by Daniel Farr, Contributor // August 21, 2019

Trujillo's Taco Shop and Señor Pancho’s have new competition on the east side of campus.  The San Diego-based Lolita’s Mexican Food will open...

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Least expensive meal plan option to be dropped starting next school year

Least expensive meal plan option to be dropped starting next school year

by Aretha Matsushima, Staff Writer // May 8, 2019

The freshmen resident 10 Meals plan, the lowest in cost of the four freshmen meal plans, will no longer be an option for students starting next fall. San...

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College Area Community Garden founder and president Henry Bertram encourages students to get involved with the garden in light of the university’s decision to end their partnership with CACG.

SDSU Dining plans to ends contract with College Area Community Garden, frees land plots for student rental

by Aretha Matsushima, Staff Writer // November 19, 2018

After two years, San Diego State Dining will stop using the College Area Community Garden to source produce for students at the end of 2018. Henry Bertram,...

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Dining services collaborates with community garden for healthier options on campus

by Shayne Zack, Contributor // November 23, 2015

Last year San Diego State Dining Executive Chef Ed Glebus invested in 10 plots at the community garden, with the idea that the crops could be incorporated...

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Learn culinary skills and taste new foods

Learn culinary skills and taste new foods

by Alexandra Rangel, Contributor // October 27, 2014

San Diego State’s Dining Services hosted Cooking with Chefs, a potato-tasting event on Thursday Oct. 16 held at the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union....

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On-campus dining gets upgrade

On-campus dining gets upgrade

by Alicia Chavez, Senior Staff Writer // October 16, 2014

With a variety of food options around campus, it could be overwhelming for students to narrow their search down to one specific restaurant. While Chipotle,...

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