This week, Brown Dining Services announced the creation of a new off-campus meal plan that just includes Kabob and Curry leftovers from club meetings held around campus. “Our new off-campus meal-plan is designed to be an affordable option for students living off campus,” reported a BDS spokeswoman. “Students enrolled in the plan can visit a variety of quality locations for gourmet food. These include the second floor of Paige-Robinson, the 3rd floor of the CIT, and the Leung Family Gallery. There, they can find a wide variety of food options: scraps of Naan, half empty tins of rice, and the occasional morsel of chicken tikka masala.” The spokeswoman noted that the new plan, entitled FLEX 0, is designed with freedom in mind: lucky students can scrounge up a snack at different times of the day, but mostly after Brown Political Review, Debate, and TA meetings have adjourned.
New Off Campus Meal Plan Just Leftover Club Info-Session Kabob & Curry
Published Friday, October 26th, 2018