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University Expands Meal Exchange Options Following GUSA Advocacy

University Expands Meal Exchange Options Following GUSA Advocacy

By Akashdiya Chakraborty September 8, 2022

Georgetown University campus dining location Epicurean and Company (“Epi’s”) now accepts meal exchanges, which can be applied to the grill, deli and noodle bar stations following feedback from students...

Students Concerned about Food Security

Students Concerned about Food Security

By Michael Santos April 22, 2022

The closing of all dining halls accepting meal swipes on campus over Easter break prompted student concerns about food security on campus.  During the April 13 to April 18 break, Georgetown University...

Leo’s Mislabels Food as Vegan, Allergen-Free

Leo’s Mislabels Food as Vegan, Allergen-Free

By Akashdiya Chakraborty February 17, 2022

Multiple items at Leo J. O’Donovan Dining Hall, Georgetown University’s main dining location, are inaccurately labeled or fail to comply with dietary restrictions. Students noticed that Hoya Hospitality...


Student Leadership Calls for Extended Dining Hall Hours

By Samuel Yoo December 2, 2021

The Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) Senate unanimously passed a resolution demanding longer dining hall hours for all undergraduate students at a Nov. 21 meeting.  The resolution...


Georgetown Completes Student Life, Dining Facility Renovations

By William Zhu August 31, 2017

Georgetown completed a series of renovations to dining and student life facilities this summer, including major changes to O’Donovan Hall and the Leavey Center, increasing the number of outlets offering...


Healthy Dining Hall Hacks at Leo’s

By Mary Cate Whelan February 3, 2017

Georgetown students are always on the go, so quick meals are a must. Choosing the most convenient food option, however, is not always the healthiest. Eating clean in college can still be tasty, though...


Tricks For a College Diet

By Allison Marco February 6, 2015

“How do I stay healthy on a college campus?” This question, along with many others, is common among students transitioning from home to college, especially in their first year. For the first...

Leo’s advertises changes to its meal plans and Flex dollars for the fall 2014 semester on the first floor of the dining hall.

Meal Plan Options Limited

By Ashley Miller September 12, 2014

O’Donovan’s Hall limited its lowest and least expensive meal plan options this year, among other dining changes including adding two new meal plans, barring freshmen from purchasing the 10-meal-a-week...

Why We DONT Miss High School

Why We DON’T Miss High School

By Sydney Bolling and Sydney Bolling March 11, 2014

Now that we’re all on spring break and some of us are home for the week, you’re probably feeling nostalgic and reflecting on your pre-college life, or you’re somewhere warm lying on a beach with...

Leo’s Secret Recipe

By The Editorial Board November 13, 2012

There’s an enigma wrapped in a mystery at Georgetown, and it’s being served at O’Donovan Hall. Curiosity about the ingredients and preparation that go into dining hall cooking inevitably leads...

Aramark Paid Storm Workers Regular Wage

By Elaina Koros November 12, 2012

While Georgetown University Facilities workers and Department of Public Safety officers were compensated at twice their usual rate for hours they clocked during Hurricane Sandy last week, dining staff...

Leo’s Light at the End of a Long Tunnel

By The Editorial Board February 13, 2012

Finally, Leo's workers can truly enjoy a seat at the table. Dining Services employees, with the support of students and faculty, worked tirelessly for over 10 months to gain respect and better working...

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