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New ‘disorder’ is eating away at students

New ‘disorder’ is eating away at students

February 4, 2016

It’s Friday night at the dining hall; there’s a line at the pasta station where students are fill...

On campus coffee for your exam cram

On campus coffee for your exam cram

December 8, 2015

Finals are coming and for most students that means late nights, flashcards and lots of coffee. To help wit...

Hip Burlington Café satisfies any diet

Hip Burlington Café satisfies any diet

Chris Leow

December 1, 2015

Filed under Columns, Life

New Moon Café is full of rustic and modern vibes, lots of rugged hardwood and simple decor. The am...

A ‘Pebble’ you’ll want to share

A ‘Pebble’ you’ll want to share

November 20, 2015

A Single Pebble is an upscale Asian restaurant, and well aware of it. The lighting is dim and waiters and wai...

Extra Spice in the Old North End

Extra Spice in the Old North End

November 8, 2015

“I’ll do medium spice, just to be safe,” said the server at Central Market Taste of Asia on North Winooski Avenue in Burlington’s North...

Dining on-campus: my favorite places to go

Chris Leow

November 5, 2015

Filed under Columns, Life

As a junior, I’m still exploring UVM’s on-campus dining options. There are some locations that are well known and some that are hidden gems. Classy Dining One little, lesser-known place is the Waterman Manor. Located on the top floor of Waterman, this fancy location is only open for three hours a day but offers fantast...

University hosts food summit

Camilla Broccolo

October 23, 2015

Filed under Campus Life, Life

UVM’s Real Food Challenge organization held its first-ever summit in the Davis Center Oct. 16-18. The Real Food Challenge is a student run initiative. The purpose is to change the sourcing of food on campuses nationwide. UVM’s goal is to get 20 percent “real food” by 2020. “Real food” is food that is from inde...

Restaurant Review: Burlington Burrito scene

Chris Leow

October 23, 2015

Filed under Columns, Life

Burritos are my favorite. There’s something indescribably satisfying about biting into a warm bundle of salsa, meat and beans. I identify as an extreme Chipotle fan. I can’t begin to calculate how much time and money I’ve spent there over the past few years of college. However, Chipotle isn’t the only player in ...

Noodle shop offers a diverse menu

Chris Leow

October 13, 2015

Filed under Columns, Life

Asiana Noodle Shop is a warm little restaurant nestled in a basement off of Church Street. Offerings include sushi, curries, various asian entrees and of course, noodles. This past week, my friends were in the mood for Asian food, so we decided to head down to Asiana for a quick dinner before the homecoming acapella concert.  Eating out during homecoming weekend is alw...

Pingala: Vegan Food for Omnivores

Pingala: Vegan Food for Omnivores

September 14, 2015

   As both an omnivore and a nitpicky jerk, it’s always bothered me a little to be called a carnivore. The confu...

UVM dining serves up new food options

Chris Leow

September 1, 2015

Filed under Campus Life, Life

Being stuck with a meal plan doesn’t have to mean a lack of dining options. Melissa Zelazny, general manager for Sodexo at UVM,  mentioned some of the newer options, including Green Roof Deli located next to the Ben and Jerry’s in the Davis Center, SoYo Frozen Yogurt and the Vermont Bean Crafter Vegan station in the March...

Sugar Shack Celebrates Syrup

Sugar Shack Celebrates Syrup

April 24, 2015

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