The Mount Olympus and West Campus areas of Syracuse University have added some bright new dining, food shopping and lounging options for students. An updated FoodWorks at Graham Dining Center now features a new lounge area as well as an expanded selection of food items. FoodWorks at Graham Dining Center on Mount Olympus and Sadler Dining Center underwent renovations that have expanded spaces and implemented new colors, lighting and furniture, along with many other new features.
“Whenever we update or renovate, I like seeing the reaction of someone who was here last year, and then seeing the difference that they see,” says Food Services Director David George. “There’s been a lot of the ‘wow’ factor, in both Sadler and FoodWorks in the lower level of Graham. They both have a nice pop to them.”
Sadler Dining Center, which underwent a major remodel in 1995 and a smaller upgrade in 2000, has expanded to accommodate 150 more seats, including booths and an outdoor view. More students have been using the facility since the construction of SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry’s Centennial Hall, which doesn’t have its own dining facility.
“We noticed the need to increase the size of dining room; everybody fit before, but it was not as comfortable as it could be,” says Mark Tewksbury, assistant director of residential dining.
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