The secrets are out: The DA Eats videographer Brooke Marble sat down with students and WVU dining staff Bryan Jarrell and Kathy Curtin to answer questions about what operating a dining hall is really like.
By Abby Humphreys
Yesterday three of West Virginia University’s dining halls served spooky menu items like mummy dogs, ghost brains and breaded guts to students. Food workers sported their best costumes throughout the day, and festive decorations ushered in the chilly autumn weather.
Don’t miss out on other dining hall and festivities throughout the year by following WVU Dining Services on Twitter at @WVUDining, and be sure to check back soon for an updated calendar of dining hall events.
The Terrace Room, Stalnaker Hall