Dining hall


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Dining hall

A large room in a school or other institution for group dining.
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An education campaign highlighting the amount of waste generated by all-you-can-eat dining halls convinced students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to throw out slightly--but only slightly--less food last fall.
"The students have their meals in the open because the dining hall is being used as a Drawing and Design classroom," he said.
The dining hall was the second phase and the third phase has now begun which is a new academic facility which will boast 31 classrooms, two extra science laboratories, ICT suite and large staff work room.
The traditional dining hall within the complex includes multiple food stations including those for creative cuisine, traditional favorites, plant-based eating styles and allergen-free foods.
There are also 80 special volunteers working in the dining hall, with a shift system every day.
She entered the ' Bhojana Shala' ( dining hall) of the temple for lunch.
The unassuming appliance was introduced into the dining hall of Dunster Houseone of Harvard's 12 residential dormitories for upperclassmenas a courtesy to kosher-keeping students.
The dining hall will be turned into a modern cafeteria.
Theater Classroom U-Shape Room 6 29' x 63' 1,827 13040 28 32 Room 7 26' x 54' 1,404 12054 30 33 Room 8 18' x 26' 468 -- - 12 Computer Lab - 1,120 - 28 - Dining Hall - 6,396 500 300 - Auditorium - - 500 - -
According to the student newspaper, (http://www.columbiaspectator.com/2013/03/05/nutella-ferris-booth-costs-dining-5000-week-part-due-dining-hall-thievery) The Columbia Spectator , the dining hall at Columbia spends up to $5,000 a week on Nutella for the students who consume it in such large quantities.
University students eating at one buffet-style dining hall produced less food waste when the facility removed the trays students had used to carry food, a new study has found.