USC dining hall to begin offering fresh kosher meals
The University of Southern California in Los Angeles will begin offering fresh kosher meals three times a week at its USC Village Dining Hall, the Daily Trojan reports.
The meals will be delivered to the dining hall every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evening by a local kosher butcher beginning March 20. The butcher will also deliver sandwiches, salads and other kosher items to a marketplace on campus.
Around 15 Orthodox students who are on meal plans will be able to enjoy the meals, according to the Daily Trojan. Students can receive their meals at the cashier’s desk in the dining hall, which will have a list of the students and their ID numbers.
A student who advocated for kosher meals on campus now says he would like to expand the program so students would be able to have fresh kosher options more than three nights a week.
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