Eating at Southeastern | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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Our capital, which is called the main dish, is kind of a buffet style. There's something new every day at the main station, but they're always serving hamburgers. There's our wave burgers, chicken sandwiches and there's always the pasta line is always the home. Make your own rap section, and we also that's on the second floor B wing on the first floor. We have Taco Bell, we have Chick fil A. We have Moo ya burger, we have Starbucks and we have pizza and we have something. The first thing you see in main dish is the lovely soup and salad bar, and the next thing you see is the comfort zone, and this is the main section that has a different meal every day. I'm waiting in line for fried chicken and red beans, which is what has served every Monday. You know, that's kind of a Southern thing, and I'm zooming in on the two desert stations, desserts and more desserts, along with a fruit sable, and behind those stations is the ice cream machine, cereal and milk. There are the drink machines, and here we have the grill station with all types of meat on the grill. There's hot dogs, different types of sandwiches. You could get grilled chicken, hamburgers, turkey burgers, veggie burgers, french fries and baked potatoes, toppings and condiments. Then there's the pasta line, so popular it's always the longest thing in the capital where you can't forget about pizza. Here we are in the downstairs part of the union, where the food accordions and first we have Panda Express. Then we have Chick fil A and Taco Bill Express, along with Julia and next to movie eyes, what we call our union market with sales, all types of food, and you can see they're a nice little sitting areas with TVs and to our right. When you're a student, you get your student ID, and if you stay on campus, you have to have a meal plan. I think there's like four or five different types or, for example, I have the cup playing, which is the most basic one. So it gives me one hundred fifty Neil swipes for that semester and four hundred dollars cup cash so the meal swipes are strictly for the main dish. So you literally just walking and we have a friendly cashier, their ardent just hand her your ID. They swipe it, and it takes more and down. I think I have, like, forty left for the semester, which is enough for me with these last two weeks of school and then the cub. Cash is what you can use on your mark at your markets and at the fast food places. So I have one two dollars, meaning it's not like my real money. I like, for example, if I want to go to Chick fil A and I get a number to win it seven ninety nine. So my four hundred minus seven ninety nine just easy, little swipe don't have to worry about keeping up. It also tracks on a little thing like you had a regular place. We also have this app called Gets and you can load money onto your card and also keeps up with your balance for that as well. So everything regarding food is super easy and quick. You can also pay for like, a real cash or credit card. So it's where public campaigns and people come on the time on there aren't students, and they dine with us. So even if you like, run out of your coat, cashmere slaps, you can still pay for with my regular money.