Bear Necessities | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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So we're on our way to ah, bare necessities with my friend. I don't know his name, but we're on Roy Toe bare necessities, also known as nasties in Robert Purcell Community Sensor. Why we call it that is pretty good right through here at the counter. You've got a lot of snacks that you could get those chips over there, uh, almost whateveryou need. Honestly, it's a lot like a convenience store on campus. Here's freezer section is a general overview of the area. It's pretty small, but there's a lot of snacks enough. You get whatever food you want, you've got burgers, sandwiches, heroes, calzones. As you can see, we've got the bear grill, which has a bunch of different burgers and sandwiches. You've got a bunch of different sub options and we've got councils here. Honestly, there's a bunch of different stuff that you can get a nasties. Um, I would not recommend getting it every day that the food is not known to be that healthy. I'm pretty sure that's where the name comes from. So here is where you order you bring your items up here, or you can order the hot food up here, and what you do is I could beginning of the year you have a meal plan, you put in a certain amount of big red bucks, and that's what you spend when you give them your car. So after you order your pizza over there, where the grilled station there absolute order the asks your name. That's how you know that that is open until two a. M. So you'LL find that a lot of late night party goers on their way home. We'LL stop by and get some food back home, my friend doing at a meatball sub. As I said before, the food here at Cornell is honestly pretty good. If you're looking at nasties of the whole, I mean, you've got some pretty beautiful floor to ceiling windows, just generally really nice place to hang out, Maybe to study, though there are better places to slaughter you on campus. So the thing about nasties is it doesn't use meal swipes like, say, Appel dining hall or North Star dining Hall when actually uses big red bucks. So at the beginning of the year, when you buy your meal plan, you have a certain amount of meal swipes every week. You also have a certain amount of big red bucks, and it basically works like a debit card. Every time you go up to the counter at bare necessities or ah, place similar to it, you hand them your card. They swipe it, and it takes out a certain amount of money from your account. Now you can add funds online whenever you want to, but I think the standard amount you start out with his five hundred. Like I said, you swipe your card, tell them your name and wait for your name to be called. Or if you're just buying an item from the store, you swiped that and and you should be good to go.