Many students are looking forward to having a new place to eat that offers a wider selection of food than the campus has previously offered.
“It would be nice to have something different to have around here,” Isaiah Benjamin, a junior Music Performance major, said.For some, it is a reminder of home.
“At home I eat [sushi] a lot,” Benjamin said. “I come from a big area and around here, you just don’t see it all the time.”
Other students say that they may try it under certain circumstances.
“[I] might go depending on the prices,” said Alejandro Guerra, a sophomore Music Education major.
Not only is Sushic going to be a different kind of variety compared to the JBK, but also compared to the already-busy Dining Hall.
Josh Schneider, a Dining Hall employee, said that the opening would “more than likely cause a few days of being slightly slower [at the Caf].”