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New Locavore Delights: Milk, Sushi, Burritos, and S'mores

- Dartmouth News 

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fresh dairy

Two hundred years ago, cows grazed on the Green. They've long since been replaced by Frisbee players, but the milk now being delivered to campus dining halls is as fresh as it can be.

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Five Nights at Foco Late Night

- The Dartmouth 

Foco

Foco

Freshman year, I used to trek, maskless, from the Choates to Collis almost every night between 9 p.m. and 12 a.m. until I was on a first-name basis with the late night smoothie makers. I discovered that the cheddar and sour cream Ruffles were practically a panacea, curing everything from midterm blues to insomnia. On "on" nights, Collis was the unofficial destination for end-of-night reconnaissance ("Where did you end up?" "Is that glitter?") before Dartmouth's loudest tucked themselves in with mac and cheese bites — the only thing God and Satan have ever agreed upon.

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Dartmouth Dining facilities open for students following arrival quarantine

- The Dartmouth

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dining

As the eight-day quarantine period for students arriving on campus comes to an end, students will soon be able to access several campus dining locations. Though many of the same dining restrictions from fall term will still apply, Dartmouth Dining will offer a variety of new options, including a halal station and a late night meal service at the Class of 1953 Commons, and may soon be able to accommodate students indoors.

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DDS converts Sarner Underground into isolation meal pick-up center

- The Dartmouth

Sarner

Sarner

Dartmouth Dining Services has converted the all-purpose student space and event hall, Sarner Underground, into an isolation meal pick-up center for students who have tested positive for COVID-19. Students getting their meals at Sarner swipe themselves in with their Dartmouth ID cards, while dining staffers – adorned in N95 masks and standing behind a plastic glass barrier — serve patrons one at a time. 

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Dining services reopen and expand for the fall term

- The Dartmouth

dining reopens

dining reopens

After a year of irregular and sometimes unpredictable hours, many Dartmouth Dining Services locations will be resuming normal operations this fall. Old favorites such as the Courtyard Cafe in the Hopkins Center for the Arts will reopen and new service locations are slated to open in Baker-Berry Library and the Thayer School of Engineering.

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Where to find the best eats at Dartmouth.

A Delectable Dining Directory

- The Dartmouth

dining directory

dining directory

Navigating how to feed yourself is a common worry among many freshman college students. Not only do freshmen have to learn how to fit eating into a newly unregulated schedule, they might feel uncertain about the type and quality of food available on campus. While this worry is common, it is, for the most part, unfounded. For the size of Dartmouth's campus, there is actually quite the selection of food. In fact, Niche.com ranks the College's food in the top 10% of U.S. universities. This comprehensive guide to Dartmouth Dining Services will hopefully serve as an introduction for the Class of 2025 on where to find the best grub on campus.

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