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Dining sent snack boxes to those in quarantine, often 150 students at a time.

Chartwells at Texas A&M University shows support to students through foodservice

Dining services sends snack boxes with a punchy message to quarantined students.

While operating under the “new normal” of providing foodservice during a pandemic, Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, had some fun with feeding undergraduates. “When students entered quarantine this fall, we sent them a BTHO Quarantine Snack Box with a variety of comfort and indulgent snack items,” says Dirk Anderson, director of retail operations with Chartwells at A&M. “BTHO is an Aggie-ism here at A&M. It means ‘Beat the Hell Outta.’ We did this to show love to our

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