Pepperdine dining locations sell food items for higher prices than local grocery stores. While Sodexo controls those prices, a California state law requires the inconsistent application of sales tax that further complicates on-campus food cost.
Have you ever been both broke and rich in meal points?
Meal points will soon be available for donation to hungry students
Art by Caitlin Roark Pepperdine students either have meal points, or they need them. The coveted points have long been a controversial topic on Pepperdine’s campus, and some students remain dissatisfied with the school’s policies. Valuable meal points end up going to waste, as students often mistakenly purchase meal plans that are too large for […]
Photos by chherry Yang Housing registration for Seaver juniors and seniors begins March 21 and with it comes increased costs for living on campus. For all Seaver students, a 3 percent annual increase is expected for housing, apartment rates and meal plans for the 2018-2019 school year. As reported previously by the Graphic, housing traditionally […]
You’re not going to make it. You’ve taken on too many units, too many extracurriculars, finals are less than a month away and you’re almost out of meal points. Yes, finals are coming. Just as certain as death, taxes and Convocation. They are coming. But these sentiments aren’t completely true, are they? I have no […]
Forget The Grill and go straight for the veggies with these new salad mash-ups
Art by Christine Nelson It’s the beginning of the semester during the usual lunch craze in the Caf. A junior, who didn’t buy a meal plan this year since she cooks most of her meals in her apartment, guesses she has about 80 meal points leftover from the meal plan she bought for summer school. […]
Meal plan options increase
It’s always a hot topic of conversation, especially at the beginning of each school year. Generic, frustrated exclamations can be heard all over campus: “I seriously ransacked the HAWC every day for a week last year, and I still had a million points left. If they carried over to this year, I wouldn’t have even […]