WWU students have more dining choices on campus with new vendor
Students returning to Western Washington University will see plenty of changes when it comes to campus dining.
After being awarded the university's dining contract last spring, Aramark spent the summer working with Western to revamp its dining operations. The result is six new restaurants, a few expansions, and a variety of renovations to cafeteria areas.
Along with changes to the food options, technology is also playing a role in the changes: At the new Burger Studio in the Viking Union, students can build their own burger through touch-screen kiosks. Students also will be able to text the staff at the Ridgeway Commons dining area, with staff responses posted on a digital screen in the dining room.