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Students shine at Starbucks Open Mic Night

Tessa Robbins, a freshman business administration major, performed at the Starbucks Open Mic Night on Nov. 14.

Emma Corry, Features Editor

November 19, 2019

Tessa Robbins sang “Million Reasons” by Lady Gaga at a busy Starbucks when her friends, gathered at one of the tables, started swaying their cell phone flashlights in rhythm with the music. “I had no idea they were going to do that,” the freshman business administration major said. “I f...

Students quench for solution to multiple boil advisories

The EWSU advised students, faculty, staff and administrators to boil water for at least 10 minutes before using along with using bottled water to brush teeth or cook. Water bottles were placed on water fountains across the university.

Riley Guerzini, Editor-in-Chief

October 22, 2019

The Evansville Water and Sewage Utility have placed a boil advisory on the university’s campus as well as in housing for the second time in three weeks, frustrating students as they have been unable to drink clean water.  Indianapolis native and Sophomore Public Relations and Advertising major Aniyah Sco...

Grubhub replaces Tapingo, pickup process to remain the same

Scheduled food delivery services have been put on hold after costs from the third party company Tapingo were seen as too high.

Riley Guerzini, Editor-in-Chief

August 15, 2019

Students returning to campus are getting back into the swing of things with new classes, professors, jobs, clubs and now, a new way of skipping lines at Chick-Fil-A. Grubhub, an online and mobile food ordering app, will replace Tapingo as the campus food ordering app at USI starting this year. ...

C-Store announces vegan, gluten-free options

The Eagle Express Convenience Store is now stocking dairy-free, meat-free, and gluten-free items.

Sarah Rogers, Features Editor

March 19, 2019

Trinity Elledge was working at an orphanage in Thailand when she was asked to help with chores. The freshman social work and criminal justice major quickly agreed as she followed the small girls, thinking she would be helping with the daily sweeping or bed-making. Elledge’s eyes widened as an eight-year-old girl ...

The coffee cup dilemma

The coffee cup dilemma

Sarah Rogers, Features Editor

January 15, 2019

Megan Thorne Can I just preface all that is about to follow with the simple statement that I know there are bigger issues in the world? I know there is worldwide hunger, I know there isn’t enough parking on campus, I know the government is shut down, I know bipartisan politics have torn America apart...

More than just a Starbucks cashier

Donna Singleton has been working with Sodexo at the university since 2009.

Sarah Rogers, Features Editor

September 25, 2018

Donna Singleton always promised herself she would never become a bitter old woman. Singleton, a 63-year-old university Starbucks employee, was married for 33 years before her husband died of cancer. Singleton met Carl when she was hanging around with some hippies. At 15, she decided she wa...

Tapingo delivery put on hold

Scheduled food delivery services have been put on hold after costs from the third party company Tapingo were seen as too high.

Noah Alatza, News Editor

September 4, 2018

Scheduled food delivery services have been put on hold after costs from the third party company Tapingo were seen as too high. Director of Dining Services Lamar Patterson said Tapingo originally wanted to charge $5 in fees for each delivery from all of the restaurants across campus. “The de...

‘Being a guardian of planet earth’

'Being a guardian of planet earth'

Jasmine Myers, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018

The Shield The Shield spoke with Rebecca Diamond, the assistant director of dining services and Gregory Dilard, executive chef, about the issue of food waste and measures the university takes to prevent it. The Shield: How does USI prevent food waste? Diamond: Well, several years ago in 201...

New dietary guide offers vegan, vegetarian options

Dining services has created a new “Hot-Spot” menu that shows vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options for all dining locations on campus. The guide can be found on the dining services website and at each of the locations.

Riley Guerzini, News Editor

February 26, 2018

For students who didn’t know about all the options dining services provides, Sodexo wanted to make those choices clear. Dining Services launched a new ‘Hot-Spot’ menu at the end of January which lists gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options. The menu includes selections from every venue on campus. ...

Tapingo delivery to be unveiled in 2018

Sophomore social work major Clay Davis sweeps in front of the Tapingo pick-up counter at Starbucks. Tapingo is expected to bring delivery to the university in the fall of 2018

Riley Guerzini, News Editor

August 29, 2017

Starting in 2018, instead of going to Steak ‘N Shake to grab a sandwich, Steak ‘N Shake can come to you. Tapingo, an app that allows customers to order their food from seven locations on campus without waiting in line, is expected to bring their delivery system to the university by fall of 2018. “We w...

Sodexo now offering food-ordering app

Sodexo now offering food-ordering app

Riley Guerzini, News Editor

March 22, 2017

USI dining services began offering a new food-ordering app Tapingo on campus Monday. The app allows customers to order food or drinks from anywhere on campus and pick it up within the designated time. The Shield sat down with Food Service General Manager Lamar Patterson to discuss the app and how it w...

‘A clean bill of health’

Riley Guerzini, Staff Writer

September 7, 2016

Katherine Draughon and Lamar Patterson visited Student Government Association last week to update the members on accreditation and the Sodexo. Representatives from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), one of the six national accrediting agencies recognized by the Department of Education, will visit USI fr...

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