Make use of new campus food additions

Letter to the Editor

I read with interest Matthew Mikolay’s perceptive critique of bubble tea in New Brunswick in “New Brunswick’s best bubble tea vendors” in The Daily Targum on Sept. 4. As he rightly notes, Rutgers students can “never have too much” of this cutting-edge beverage.

I am pleased to point out that students no longer have to venture off campus to quench their thirst for this “truly unique” drink. It is now available for the first time on campus, at Café ‘52 in the atrium of the new Mortensen Hall building of the Mason Gross Performing Arts Center on Douglass campus. Responding to student demand, we are proud to fulfill this primal need by offering a rich palette of Bouncing Boba Bubble Tea flavors, ranging from Tara Almond to Sour Green Apple to Warm Ginger. Although Wine Spectator has not yet ranked our blends, we are confident that all are 90 or better.

George B. Stauffer is dean of the Mason Gross School of the Arts.

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