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‘Pop-Up Cafe’ Brings Touch of Summer to Fall Semester


Dining Services' Cathy A. Oliver (left) and Crystal E. Way stand ready.
Dining Services’ Cathy A. Oliver (left) and Crystal E. Way stand ready.
An enticing, yet informal bill of fare
An enticing, yet informal bill of fare
Portability with a purpose
Portability with a purpose
Stay tuned: Dining options can "pop up" anywhere!
Stay tuned: Dining options can “pop up” anywhere!
Residence Life Office staffers Barbara A. Adzema (left) and Marion C. Mowery consider their lunchtime choices.
Residence Life Office staffers Barbara A. Adzema (left) and Marion C. Mowery consider their lunchtime choices.

Dining Services’ “Pop-Up Café,” offering a grab-and-go menu from a convenient outdoor venue, opened for Wednesday business by “The Rock.” Students and faculty/staff could choose from a number of meals, snacks and beverages from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Photos by Dalaney T. Vartenisian, student photographer

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