When students returned after Spring Break, many noticed that signs had been put up all over J Street while they were away. These signs hang on the walls behind such eating establishments as Ya Ya’s, Little Italy, and Chick-Fil-A, advertising what each kiosk has to offer.
Signs were also placed in J Street Café, inviting students to “Build your own plate” with fresh entrees, soups, and an extensive salad bar.
These menu boards, most of which are back-lit, add sparkle to the dining hall many students have called mundane in the past.
These improvements are not the only changes J Street has seen in recent weeks: just last month, a new Mexican food bar was installed next to Little Italy, which has quickly become the most popular establishment in J Street after students joined together to petition the university to add Mexican food to the menu earlier in the school year.
- Alex Laska