Photograph by Cassie LeBel
By Anthony Cubellis
On the first floor of the Grossman Commons building at Cape Cod Community College (4Cs) the cafeteria can be found as a place where students and faculty can go to grab something to eat before classes, hang with friends and colleagues, or simply just have a break.
“We all love working with the students and staff at 4Cs,” said dining services director Jodie Tulloch. “A few of us have been here for over ten years plus.”
From both a salad and yogurt bar to a daily hot entrée there are many affordable food options available, according to Tulloch.
“Our most popular item with the students is the chicken basket,” said Tulloch. “It comes with fries, two chicken tenders and a small fountain drink for $5.25.”
The cafeteria also has a cooler filled with on-the-go options such as sandwiches, fruit cups and desserts.
“I love going down to the cafeteria,” 4Cs student Sam Montanez said. “It’s my chill-out spot to get my homework done and to talk to classmates.”
Montanez also enjoys listening to music if the cafeteria is busy, so that he can focus on homework while he dines on his favorite dish, the cheese pizza.
Another 4Cs student, Josh Pikulski, prefers to start his day off with a ‘Code Red’ Mountain Dew and will return after his morning classes for his lunch of a cheeseburger and fries.
Pikulski stated, “I usually hang up at the commons, but I do love coming downstairs to hang.”
So, if a student is looking for a place to meet up with classmates and grab a meal on campus, the cafeteria is the place to be.