We are in the height of summer and most places in the country, including South Bend, are also at the height of the thermometer. So aside from air conditioning and common sense, there are some ways that your eating and drinking habits can help.
Poll of the Week
52% of y'all voted that a women's dorm would win our Absolute Best Dorm Contest. BUT, @ZahmHouseND & @KnottHallGov are pulling away, ladies! Can the ladies dorms catch up? https://t.co/7rjxpD2IiQ— Campus Dining (@NDCampusDining) October 10, 2019
*Please note: This poll won't affect the final outcome of the contest in any way
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Campus Dining is engaging in its First Annual All-Staff Day of Learning on Friday, August 2, 2019.
Campus Dining is pleased to announce the appointment of Xavier Santiago as the Executive Chef for University Catering and Center for Culinary Excellence.
Ryli Vissers, chef de cuisine at the University of Notre Dame, was awarded third place in the National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS) National Culinary Challenge on July 11, 2019 in Denver, Colorado.