Not Your Father's Dining Hall

by Melissa Kong ’08
Photos by Bob Handelman

At one point or another, most students complain about dining on campus. After all, spending nearly four years eating at the same places, with the same familiar faces, can get a bit repetitive. But at Hamilton, the cure for food boredom is simple — creativity. If you’re eating pizza and burgers five days a week, it’s probably time to try something different, such as the seven-layer tortilla pie, a honey mustard salad with grilled chicken, or a toasted bagel with cream cheese and lox. With a half-dozen places to eat on campus and an endless number of food combinations, students at Hamilton really don’t have too much to complain about … well, except maybe for the sushi line.

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Stacey Himmelberger

Editor, Hamilton Alumni Review
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323
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