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FEATURE PHOTO: Working after Thanksgiving break

Mylissa Greenawalt, a sophomore special education major, gives two customers their pizza at Charleston’s Pizza Hut Sunday afternoon. Greenawalt said she stayed in Charleston during Thanksgiving break to work at Pizza Hut.

Elizabeth Wood, Photo Editor

December 2, 2019

Mylissa Greenawalt, a sophomore special education major, gives two customers their pizza at Charleston’s Pizza Hut Sunday afternoon. Greenawalt said she stayed in Charleston during Thanksgiving break to work at Pizza Hut. 

Students play games, eat with police

Jordan Boyer | The Daily Eastern News Matt Williams a senior buisness managment major plays ping pong at the Pizza, Pool, and Police event at Taylor Hall Tuesday night.

Travis Moody, Staff Reporter

November 7, 2017

Students spent some of their leisure time with members of the campus police department in Taylor Hall Tuesday night. Pizza, Pool and Police, hosted by Residence Life and Conference Services, allowed students to get to know the university police officers. Kelsey Cripe, assistant director of Residence...

Service industry has its perks, sometimes pizza

Shelby Niehaus, Columnist

August 22, 2017

I do not claim to be an expert in economics. To be completely honest, I cannot define economics in any way that would satisfy someone older than the age of 12. Money and finances in sums larger than about $50 confuse me. So usually, when I tell people I have developed an economic theory of customer-to-employee...

HERC to promote consent through pizza

Mallory Kutnick, Kutnick

January 24, 2017

Students will learn about sexual consent by comparing it to ordering a pizza at a lecture presented by the Health Education Research Center. “Sex is Like Pizza” is the latest implementation of “What is Consent?”, a series of lectures, presentations and activities by the HERC 6 p.m. Tuesday...

Charleston serves up slices with new pizza businesses

Multiple pizza places have been opening in the Charleston area.

AJ Fournier, City Reporter

September 5, 2016

  Domino’s Pizza, Windy City Pizza and the soon-to-be opened Marcos Pizza will bring to Charleston a total of ten pizza places in the area. Domino’s, which reopened on Aug. 19 after closing back in 2012, has seen great results after opening, even with the surplus of pizza places. “Business...

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