Kosher meals come to ASU’s Tempe campus - Community

Kosher meals come to ASU’s Tempe campus

Kevin Fleischman | Contributing Writer | Posted: Wednesday, July 25, 2018 5:00 am

Starting in August, when the 2018-’19 fall semester begins, Jewish students attending Arizona State University’s Tempe campus will have new options when it comes to purchasing food on campus.

After years of planning and conducting research, the university announced it will be offering kosher prepared lunches and dinners at the Hassayampa Academic Village Dining Hall. While the university already has an array of restaurants and markets for students to choose from, this is another step in ensuring they are being inclusive and responsive to all students who attend the school. Until now, students who keep kosher and wanted a full meal have had to leave campus and visit one of three Jewish organizations.

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