The best student run eateries

Story by Baylie Escamilla

Have you ever seen students around campus behind booths calling to you to come try their food?

Then you might have seen one of the IBC groups on campus.

While the Business Department’s Integrated Business Core program does not only cover food, today we are focusing on IBC eateries around campus.

As a way to get real world experience, the IBC allows student-run businesses to take out loans at the beginning of the semester and sell goods and services in order to pay back their loan and hopefully make a profit by the end.

Each business is open Monday through Friday, though times may vary.

Number one: Fro-zone. Located right outside of the testing centers exit doors, Fro-zone is a place to beat the heat with their frozen drinks. They are open from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. They have four different flavors for customers to choose from.

Number two: Hot Diggity Specialty Dogs. Located in the Joseph Fielding Smith building’s lobby from 10 a.m to 1:30 p.m. They offer an assortment of hot dogs, potatoes and drinks. Their most popular item that really brings the heat is their California dog.

Number three: Tacontento sells Authentic Mexican food in the Spencer W. Kimball building. If you like Mexican food then it might just be the place for you. Serving tacos, quesadillas, and Mexican drinks. Open from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. Whether you want steak, pork or chicken.

Number four: Shortstop Pretzels. Located right outside the library entrance. They sell pretzels, dips< < ,>> and frozen drinks in a variety of flavors. So, if you want a salty and soft treat this is the place to go.

If you ever feel hungry on campus, check out one of these places. Students get great food and you help the students who run it {{to}} make their small business a success.

Which places have you eaten? Which one is your favorite?

Let us know in the comments.

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