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A Mixed Second Chance

When it opened a few months ago, The Sun found it to be lacking in several ways. With the advent of their new brunch menu and promises of improvements over price and service, we decided to give them another chance.

Sherry Wu / Sun Contributor

RIP Synapsis (2008-2017): Students React to Impending Closure of Beloved Eatery

News of Synapsis closing down has been met with surprise from many students. Long-time patron Timothy Krausz ’17 gave high praise for Synapsis, saying that, “even if my lab wasn’t next door to Synapsis, I would still go out of my way for the all-day breakfast burritos and coffee — the best coffee on campus.”

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15 Below, Outside and Inside

If you’re looking for traditional ice cream, 15 Below is not the place to go. But it does offer a unique twist on ice cream with their “fried” roll method. I would recommend going for the unique experience that 15 Below has to offer.

Emily Jones / Dining Editor

Sacred Root Kava Lounge

“What is kava?” you may ask. You might even be googling it this very second. Patience, all will be revealed in good time.

Omar Abdul-Rahim / Sun Staff Photographer

Best of West

In the following article, I will first give brief descriptions of each dining hall’s setup, both in terms of seating and in terms of food station placement. I hope to create for you, my readership, an image that will transport you to each location and allow you to practically taste the foods I will highlight.

Qijia Yu / Sun Staff Writer

Meal Delivery Service Showdown

The idea to subscribe to a meal delivery service did not dawn on me until one night when I was browsing the New York Times Cooking website one Saturday in early September. I came across this Spring Ramen Bowl with snap peas and asparagus recipe, and was excited for a moment — until I opened my kitchen pantry to find there was nothing but ramen. No snap peas, no asparagus, no ginger and no lemons.

Chelsea Leeds / Sun Contributor

Simeon’s

After closing two years ago due to a tragic accident that left the restaurant in disarray, Simeon’s is back and open for business as of this Fall.