With the social development, people’s need for food shifts from basic feeding programs to the demand for quality food. Pepperdine University’s dining places have failed to meet the students’ demand for quality food. Meal…
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This assignment therefore discusses the problems that exists in Pepperdine University’s dining places and provides solutions to these problems.
One day I had an interesting conversation with my friend Steve Wang who loved sports very much. He said to me, “After playing basketball with my friends, I become too tired to go upstairs to the Cafe or HAWC. Even though there is a food stand at the FF, the foods served there have lots of calories and students have to queue for long.” Another friend, Yu Duan, says “After a long sporting activity I need a nearby place to relax. The new cafe offers some nutritious foods such as chicken salad, fruits, and yogurt. However, these foods are high in calories and for sportspeople like us they are detrimental for our health.” From the sentiments of my two friends, it is clear that the University does not have enough food outlets to cater for the variant needs of students. A solution to this would be to build more food joints that would meet the need of different students especially the sportspeople.
Breakfast offered in the Cafe has never changed. Omelets, sandwiches and chicken rolls have always been the order of the day. Most students have no interests in such unvaried breakfast menus offered every morning. As a result, most of the students forgo breakfast in the morning. I at one time overheard a student say, “Breakfast meals in these places are too monotonous. I am automatically full when I think of having breakfast here.” Therefore, I strongly suggest that the administration should direct the personnel in charge to vary the meals and have different meals for every morning.
Although some students do not have meals in campus during the weekends, some of us who eat in school during weekends find the meals awful. Freshmen who do not have cars find it particularly difficult to drive downtown and enjoy the delicious foods in restaurants. My friend, Yu Duan, once made an interesting comment. He said, “The
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