*This post is an updated version of the Eating and Drinking installment of last year’s Orientation Series*
Eating and drinking is a necessity for all living beings, even during your hazy college days. While we all have to adjust our food standards from delicious home-cooked meals to university food, trust me, it could be worse. Wesleyan has many options for dining that you can enjoy regardless of your dietary orientation. Wesleyan was chosen the most vegan-friendly small US school by PETA, and our friends at the Mongolian Grill are always willing to cook-up a chicken tortilla topped with cheese if it’s protein that you want.
This is a part of the Unofficial Orientation Series 2014 to remind you to eat your veggies.
Arin Dineen ’13 writes:
Come down to the Alpha Delt porch this Thursday afternoon to put your knives to the test and carve up some bad ass pumpkins.
It’s kind of like pimp-my-ride….but for your pumpkin.
Date: Oct. 13
Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Cost: Just bring your creativity.
Take-out connoisseurs on campus know that Campusfood.com enjoys its privileged position as pretty much the only non-Dominos website where you can order food online. In an email sent to its subscribers today, the site communicates its awareness of the fact that people are probably going to want to have something to munch on this afternoon.
They get it. Happy holidays, Wes!
This is just a heads up for anybody who doesn’t know about campusfood.com or knew and forgot about it. It’s a pretty neat site. You put in your state and school and it tells you what takeout places are signed up with the site that deliver to Wes. From there you choose which restaurant you want and you can checkout the menu and order online.
Right now there are 6 takeout restaurants around Wes using the site: 2 pizza places (Alpha Pizza House, Domino’s), 2 Chinese food places (Fortune Garden, Fortune Wok), 1 Japanese food place (Japanica), and 1 Indian food place (Tandoor- The Clay Oven).
I’ve used it before and it works great. I love the world wide web.
PS- Here’s a nice throwback to when Xue and Holly discovered campusfood.
Holly found this gem of advertising from campusfood: