Are you the type that’s always on the go? As college students are your days busy and very long? Running to class, having long nights in the library, heading to practice? Do you sometimes forget to stop by the John and Mary Dining Hall to enjoy a nice meal? When you’re sitting in a quite classroom does your stomach starts growling? Don’t worry we have all been there before. Misericordia Metz Dining hall has the answers to your growling stomach. We are now offering reusable to-go containers!
We got the answer for you! There is a new green takeout box for the campus community
to be able to purchase. If you don’t have time to sit down in the dining hall and need to return
to work right away, you’re able to purchases one of these containers for just $6.00! How do I
purchase theses reusable to-go containers you ask? Once you enter the café, ask the lovely,
woman that greets you and she will gladly to be able to help you within minutes!
By purchasing one of theses reusable to-go containers it is not only benefiting you but the
also the environment! Say goodbye to Styrofoam and hello to Renew containers, the reusable
to-go containers are a great way to help the land fill. You don’t have to worry about cleaning it
each time. Once you purchase one of these containers, the best things is when come in next
time after buying it you can hand it to the nice lady that swipes your cougar card and will
receive a new one!
Personally, I feel it is not only a great way to help reduce waste in our land fill, but also
benefits the students and faculty that are always on the go. Misericordia Metz Dining hall
offers some of your favorite foods such as MU Chicken bowl! You don’t want to be the one to
miss out on MU Chicken bowl day, do you? Now you don’t have to. Don’t forget next time
you’re in the dinning hall to ask for your own reusable to-go container!
Rachael Murphy, is a senior at Misericordia University studying marketing and communications. She is also the marketing intern for Metz Culinary Management at Misericordia for the 2022-2023 academic year.