Purdue University Housing and Food Services has completed its consolidation of residential dining operations with the opening of the new $19 million Wiley Hall Dining Court. The 500-seat freestanding facility completes University Residences' plan to consolidate its 11 traditional cafeteria-style dining rooms into five architecturally distinct dining courts. The new brick, lodge-like Wiley is characterized by large windows, vaulted wood ceilings and stylish use of glass, steel and tile. Its ...
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