The Editorial Board reflects on the major stories of the past year.
Posts Tagged: aramark
“It is just one of the many ways in which UChicago Dining receives feedback from students throughout the year, and as we do with any input we hear from students, we will evaluate how we can incorporate their thoughts to better the UChicago Dining experience.”
Joseph Neubauer (M.B.A. ’65), a former CEO of the Aramark Corporation and serial donor to the University, was elected as… Read more »
In honor of College Break Day, the Maroon Editorial Board is calling the University to action. Here are our most demanding demands. Go big or go home, University!
New three-year contract was approved in a 135–0 vote.
A pending lawsuit against Aramark could mean that current Aramark employees, including those that work for UChicago Dining, may claim… Read more »
Employees hope to get higher wages and fairer seniority rules in upcoming negotiations with Aramark.
Members of SOUL remained skeptical of the University’s commitment to ensuring employment for Pierce dining workers after a meeting with UChicago Dining.
Short-term fixes clearly not sufficient as dining hall health concerns continue to resurface.
Online griping won’t do much to fix larger issues with campus dining.
A lack of publicity surrounding the RSO Catering Fund undermines its usefulness as a student resource.
RSOs can now apply for free catering for events through Aramark, in addition to existing SG funding options.
Aramark fulfills long-standing student request for late-night dining
Upcoming contract negotiations will allow much-needed competition in campus food service
Dining workers’ union thanks student groups for public show of support during wage negotiations
Over two dozen students protested Aramark’s wage increase for workers in Bartlett Dining Hall on Friday. After meeting on the first floor, they occupied Aramark’s office before being removed by UCPD.