|Patio Café Quits Serving Breakfast
The Patio Café served breakfast for interested customers
committed to stay open in the mornings through Spring Break.
The amount of business
from the extended hours generated only two or three customers. Charlie
Kremer talked with Clay Brown, vice chancellor of Student Affairs, and
decided to cut back on the hours of the Patio Café.
Robin Neblett, a worker in the Patio Café, commented on the lack of
interest in the morning hours.
“It is better on the company period because they are not losing
money,” Neblett said. “In some ways not everybody knew because we are a
commuter college; not everyone knew we were open.”
The Patio Café and cafeteria welcome ideas and suggestions from the
students for improvements. The cafeteria provides a suggestion box for
students with ideas or students personally can talk to
Service director Charlie Kremer or Neblett. The suggestion box sits next to the cash register.
Kremer commented about the extra hours.
“We might try it again next year. If one was really
slow, we would shut it down,” he said.
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