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Ms. Deborah Retires After 45 Years

May 5, 2021

From her perch in campus dining halls, Deborah Paige has touched the lives of students with kindness and love. Today is her last day on the job.

Doing Our Very Best

July 31, 2020

Teams across the University are working tirelessly to prepare for the return to campus. Here’s a look at some of what’s happening.

Tar Heels Celebrate Ramsgiving

November 26, 2019

Hundreds of Tar Heels got an early start on the Thanksgiving festivities at the fifth annual Ramsgiving on Nov. 21. Students gathered at Chase Dining Hall for the Thanksgiving-style dinner hosted by Carolina Dining Services. The event provided an opportunity … Continued

A Win for the Environment

August 15, 2019

Carolina Dining Services – run by Aramark, the University’s dining contractor – received the 2019 Silver Award in Sustainability for Education and Outreach from the National Association of College and University Food Services for #EatSortWinUNC, a social media-based educational campaign that was introduced in Lenoir Hall in fall 2018.

Chase Dining Hall: A History

September 14, 2017

In March 2017, Carolina Dining Services (CDS) officially changed the name of what was once Rams Head Dining at Chase Hall to Chase Dining Hall, reinstating the South Campus dining hall to its original namesake honoring former UNC President Harry Woodburn Chase (1919-1930).

UNC Surpasses Real Food Challenge Goal

August 21, 2017

For the second year in a row, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has surpassed a non-profit’s national challenge that encourages colleges and universities to purchase at least 20 percent of “real food” by the year 2020. Sponsored … Continued

UNC-Chapel Hill Is the Place To Eat in a Sustainable Way

December 9, 2015

Carolina Dining Services earns National Grand Prize for excellence in sustainable campus dining The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is the Grand Prize winner when it comes to sustainability in campus dining programs according to the National Association … Continued