The 4th-period bell rings and the tables in the cafeteria are instantly filled with students chatting away, joking, and laughing. Soon, they are signaled that they may get food. In a flash, each and every station is packed with hungry students and teachers. The food served at these stations is the product of the dining service we all know as SAGE. It has now been months since SAGE started serving Jesuit, and everyone has their own opinion on how the food is. So, what does the Jesuit student body think of SAGE?
Clearly, there are many mixed opinions on the dining service. However, what the students say about it doesn’t matter all that much. The people at SAGE work hard to make food for Jesuit students to eat every school day for breakfast and lunch. Their service is something to be grateful for, as not many schools have such an elaborate lunch program.
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