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Abigail Nivens
UH Dining Services - Marketing Coordinator

Dish Roundup Set for March 6-10

dish roundup

Houston, Feb. 24, 2017 — UH Dining will host a dishware roundup March 6-10 to gather stray dishes, cups and utensils that have walked out of the on-campus dining halls.

The amount of dishware that has disappeared from Cougar Woods Dining Hall and the Fresh Food Company in Moody Towers since the start of the academic year has led UH Dining to organize the roundup.

Students will be able to drop off any stray dishes, cups and utensils to dishware return buckets in the various residence halls on campus. Buckets will be placed on each residence hall floor with a sign stating to "return all dishes, cups and utensils here!"

For further questions regarding where to return stray dishware, contact UH Dining by clicking here.

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