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Heritage Center store gets makeover

By Paige Fieldsted

Fresh doughnuts and cinnamon rolls, cappuccinos and smoothies and a wide variety of food are just a few of the new products students will find in the recently remodeled Heritage Center C-Store.

“It is bigger and has more to offer,” said Nicole Simper, a sophomore in art. “I like the variety it has.”

Mark Morrison, director of dining services in the Heritage Center, said the remodeling project was mostly customer-inspired.

“Students’ surveys in past years have showed that a change was needed,” he said.

“It was really small and cramped,” said Kasey Harker, a freshman exercise and sports science major.

“The store was really drab and boring before; now it is more colorful and welcoming,” Simper said.

The store closed in early December and reopened Friday. Besides having a wider selection of products and a colorful new persona, the store has incorporated a grill.

Students can purchase breakfast foods, sandwiches, hamburgers, pizza and smoothies.

“I really like the caf feel the store has,” said Katherine Pasker, a freshman economics major. “I think the H.C. has the potential to become a hangout, and the new store will help.”

The C-Store is open 6:30 a.m. to midnight Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. to midnight on Sunday.

“I like that I can still get something to eat when the dining hall closes,” Harker said. “Otherwise, I might starve.”

Joshua Lee

Sean Sullivan, a junior in photography, waits for his freshly made sandwich at the newly renovated C-Store in the Heritage Center on Monday.

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