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Powerhouse Shawarma Review

 After spring break, the folks at Bon Appétite and the Powerhouse introduced shawarma. Although its authenticity can certainly be questioned, the shawarma is actually pretty good and, most notably, better than its predecessor. Indeed, I was not a huge fan of the noodle and rice

In Opposition to Air Fryers

Air fryers are dumb. Although they have rather elegant solutions to some problems, which I will get into later, the reasons they are praised are often misfounded and demonstrably false. Let us dismantle these misunderstandings: The very concept of the name is stupid. Air fryers

In Defense of Commons

Commons is not that bad. That being said, I am told that, as a first-year student, I have not experienced the worst of our infamous dining options. However, this will be an analysis of the way Commons has been perceived throughout this academic year in

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“Grounded in Hard Work”: Blue Collar Coffee Review

Walking into Blue Collar Coffee, you are greeted by a warm embrace of comfort and welcomeness, and the air filled with the aroma of freshly ground espresso beans and gently warming pastries. With “coffee with character for hardworking people,” Blue Collar delivers quite simply the

What’s up With the Vending Machines?

We have all seen the new vending machines around campus. They are big, luxurious, sleek. They have wide, glass doors so curious students peeking in can look at all the goodies inside. Now accepting Flex Dollars, these vending machines have the potential to be a

Top Four Worst Commons Meals

Commons is infamous for its less than delightful cuisine, but students new to campus this year have not experienced the full depth of what Commons last year truly was. In general, most of the courses simply required a good dousing of Sriracha to get it

Students’ Thoughts on Meal Service

When students returned to campus this semester, they were met with unexpected news: Commons reopened indoor seating! Sitting at Commons, DK’s, and Java Joint with your friends, for hours on end is a longstanding staple of Beloit social life, but during the ’20–’21 school year,