With the death of the food court, Cabrini opens a new chapter in the life of a side cafeteria with Jazzman’s.
Despite rumors that Jazzman’s would be up and running by the time students would return to campus, construction has gone into the first two weeks of school.
“It’s taking a bit too long. I think we need our Wig Wam back because there are some of us that can’t make it to lunch or breakfast, so we need it back,” Eli Ramos, sophomore, said.
In anticipation for its opening this past Wednesday, students and faculty alike have been unable to determine what they will be able to get from Jazzman’s.
“I heard that they’re not going to have wraps and I’m really mad about that,” Jen Scholl, sophomore, said.
The deal with Jazzman’s food is still up in the air, but one man who worked construction on the caf