Hangry no more: Food service will return to campus soon

The Piazza, located in the CC building, is usually a place filled with students looking to get food. It’s known for being loud, crowded and hosting a number of hungry students. Now, in the recent hybrid semester of Fall 2021, the place is quiet, the cafeteria closed, with it’s seating area now used by many students as a place to study with friends. So what happened to the Piazza? At the beginning of the pandemic, the sudden shutdown of campus in the middle of the …

Starbucks locations arriving on campus within the year

In the coming year, PCC’s campus caterer I-8 Food Services is set to bring Starbucks to food vendors on campus. I-8 is a catering company that exclusively provides food for all events on campus, as reported by The Courier. In an email, I-8 production manager Tana Lim confirmed the news, though she declined to comment on the specifics of the project. “Yes, we will have Starbucks full service units on this campus, within this Academic year,” Lim said. Executive Vice President of Associated Students (AS), …

PCC food service poses serious health risks

All the burritos, tater tots, doughnuts, chips, fries, bacon, cream cheese croissants, Big Texas Cinnamon Rolls and Neon Worms served at PCC’s food services are condemning the apparently satisfied but clearly oblivious customers to future diagnoses of obesity, diabetes, stroke, cancer or osteoarthritis. The Piazza cafeteria and Lancer’s Pass snack bar are operated for PCC by the same company and offer a wide variety of meals, beverages and snacks to students, staff and faculty at semi-reasonable prices. Healthy options are available, but they are often …