Servo Truck Will Make Semester’s First Appearance During Finals Week

The Servo Truck (File photo courtesy of Gettysburg College)

The Servo Truck (File photo courtesy of Gettysburg College)

By Benjamin Pontz, Editor-in-Chief

A conspicuous absence from the Huber Parking Lot (and occasionally outside the library as well as other locations) this semester has been the Servo Truck, which serves snacks and other food items late at night into the early morning.

Director of Dining Services Gary Brautigam said that the production team has been “shorthanded” this semester, but the Servo Truck’s first appearance is on the horizon.

“Good news is, we plan on having the truck out at least one time during finals,” he said.

In the spring semester, Brautigam added that he hopes to have enough staffing to have the truck out more regularly, though he cautioned students that late-night breakfast in January is probably not likely.

“Keep in mind,” he said, “during the winter we are not out often until it warms up.”

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Author: Benjamin Pontz

Benjamin Pontz '20 serves as editor-in-chief of The Gettysburgian. Previously, he served as a staff writer, event coverage coordinator, news editor, and managing news editor. During his tenure, he has written more than 150 articles, and he led the team that won first place in the 2017 Keystone Press Awards for ongoing news coverage of Robert Spencer's visit to Gettysburg College and co-wrote the package of editorials that won first place in the 2018 Keystone Press Awards. Ben is a political science and public policy double major with a minor in music, and he reads up to seven newspapers daily. Follow him on Twitter @benpontz.

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