Penn Pride: You can just eat it up….

Back in the mid 90’s when I was at school, the only reason why I went to Hill House dining was because they were edgy and experimental.


They weren’t like the others.. they didn’t have the popularity of (the now closed) Stouffer dining or the openness of the Class of 1920’s dining area.

But they did had one thing going for them.

It was the yogurt machine with the “m&m”/cookie pieces mixed in. It came and it went, but I loved it and will always remember how Hill House took that risk.

Now, apparently, according to Ria Bharadwaj C’11, Hill House has done it again and added a new novely on the that according to Ria can’t be found in the other dining establishments …and this one is sweet!

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