Michaela Lumpert, Campus Carrier news editor

This photo shows the designated parking spaces that delivery drivers use to meet students on campus. They are located in the back of the Krannert parking lot. Students must notify their delivery drivers of the location of these spots when ordering their food. These spots were made to facilitate more efficient food drop-offs to students. Taylor Corley | Campus Carrier

Because the travel restriction did not allow students to leave campus for any reason, Berry offered new food options for students on campus. During the week of Jan. 16, some of these food options included new dining hall themed nights such as taco night and prime rib night, more options for pre-packaged meals in Viking Court and the Provisions on Demand (P.O.Ds) in Viking Court and Memorial Library. 

Organizations across campus have also began offering late night snacks for students as well. On Monday Jan. 19, SGA offered free Chick-fi-la chicken minis for students and Residence Life offered cereal bars in residence hall lobbies. 

Students also turned to using services like DoorDash and Uber Eats. The college created two designated parking spots in the back of the Krannert parking lot for students to meet their delivery drivers. 

The graphic below shows different food delivery options as students can use. The most popular restaurants are listed for each app. 

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