When he was hired to oversee dining services at Brigham Young University in 1997, Dean Wright had a number of goals. One was to up the “culinary quotient” of the campus's meal service.
CULINARY EXCELLENCE IS JOB #1. When Dean Wright came to BYU, he promised to instill a culinary culture, and venues like Cannon Center Commons with its parade of high-quality international and traditional dishes show the results. That imperative has made its way through almost everything Wright has done in the past 12 years, but perhaps the most striking manifestation is the new Commons at Cannon Center dining venue, where five stations prepare and serve fresh, gourmet quality meals ...
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