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Aramark, a Fortune 500 food services company, will take over operations in Leo O’Donovan Dining Hall at the start of September.
“They provided the best set of services that were able to respond to the desire of students,” Bataille said.
These desires included more food choices and the flexibility to use meals outside of Leo’s, services former provider Marriott did not offer.
“O’Donovan Dining Hall, known as Leo’s, will be transformed into 6 all-you-care-to-eat mini restaurants featuring healthy options, vegan and vegetarian offerings, traditional favorites and international cuisine,” according to a press release from the University.
The change will not be completed until a renovation of Leo’s is finished by fall 2008.
Bataille remained upbeat about Marriott, which will continue to run the conference center in Leavey.
When asked what was wrong with Marriott, she said, “I think the question is ‘What’s right with Aramark?’”
Some students are excited about the change. “I think it can only get better. The dining hall needed more options,” said Stephanie Kelman (MSB ’08).