“Ratty To-Go Guideline” slip

If you walk into the Ratty today (which is pretty likely, especially considering the ridiculous downpour outside) you might be greeted with a slip as seen in the picture above. What is this slip? Oh, you know, just some Ratty To-Go Guidelines.

The main stress of the slip is that there are limitations on takeout portions; we’ve all seen that person shoving an entire loaf of bread or milk container into their backpack, so this kind of makes sense. Actually, there was recently a story of someone filling not only a takeout box, but also a brought-from-home tupperware with pasta. Maybe that’s what inspired this sudden stress of Ratty takeout rules.

And you had better stick to the instructions outlined on the slip. “Make your selection” and get out. Thanks. Oh yeah, and if you fail to do so, be careful…you’re on “contract” with your meal plan.

2 Comments

  1. concerned student

    seriously? I pay too much a year as it is to be on this dang mandatory meal plan. If I want to go off it, I have to pay $400. If I want to be on it, I have to pay excessive fees over the costs of food and labor, as I could easily eat cheaper off campus. And cooking for more people should cost LESS as buying food in bulk is CHEAPER.

    So they say I can’t take a pathetic loaf of bread from the Ratty? I say I can. Brown needs to get off their high horse, and get a better dining services provider. \Rhody first\ policy has only resulted in expensive and very bad food.

  2. diner

    yeah, whatev

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