Dayton’s Not Dead: Tank’s Bar and Grill

Adam Ramsey, Features Writer

February 2, 2015

Filed under Dayton's Not Dead, Wright Life

Finding cheap food with a reputation for being delicious is kind of like finding spare change in a dorm. You just won't. Tank's Bar and Grill at 2033 Wayne Ave. is the exception, however, with award-winning burgers, chili and... Read more »

Dayton’s Not Dead: The Blueberry Café

Andrea Schaaf, Contributing Writer

October 31, 2014

Filed under Dayton's Not Dead, Wright Life

Known for their delicious breakfast menu and warm hospitality, the Blueberry Café is frequented by all kinds of people: from Dayton television anchors to local farmers, the Café is enjoyed by anyone and everyone. On its simple... Read more »

New Mediterranean restaurant opens on Colonel Glenn Highway

Adam Ramsey, Features Writer

January 1, 2014

Filed under Wright Life

Yaffa Grill opened on Colonel Glenn Highway three weeks ago, serving up Mediterranean food from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week. The restaurant offers kebabs, shawerma, falafel and a variety of other Mediterranean dishes.... Read more »

Chartwells takes over as WSU food provider

Brandon Semler, Editor-in-Chief

July 3, 2013

Filed under News

The contract between Wright State and Chartwells has been finalized, and the organization has officially taken over as Wright State’s food provider. Chain locations such as Starbucks coffee, Jamba Juice and Tim Hortons are... Read more »

Tropical Smoothie introduces new tacos

Brandon Semler, Staff Writer

January 26, 2013

Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Tropical Smoothie is now offering fish and chicken tacos, as well as a new smoothie for their “Tropical Tacos Promotion.” The promotion began on Jan. 7 and will continue until Mar. 31. The restaurant will also be recognizing... Read more »

Freeganism: saving money by eating food from the trash

Jessica Schirtzinger, Staff Writer

December 4, 2012

Filed under News

A new trend on college campuses becoming increasingly popular is freeganism; the practice of eating food that has been discarded, most commonly from trash as opposed to purchasing it or visiting a food pantry in order to save... Read more »

Best of WSU: Spending dining dollars wisely

Kristina Thomas, Features Writer

August 27, 2012

Filed under Wright Life

Being a new student in a new environment can be overwhelming. There are many questions and things students may not understand. One in particular is what are dining dollars, how does it work and where can students use it. First,... Read more »