Comfort Food, How to Keep Students On Campus for Meals

by | Nov 19, 2018 | Aladdin In The News

The dining halls at Fairmont State University close at 7 p.m., often forcing students with evening classes or late night cravings to head off campus in search of something to eat. This fall, food service partner Aladdin introduced a 24-hour cashless market at the new 345-bed University Terrace residence hall to ensure that students have round-the-clock access to grab-and-go meals and snacks.