Madison Watkins, Editor-in-Chief
When walking past University Hall and Residential Plaza, students are greeted with the smells of fried food and funnel cake fries from the campus food truck. The past few weeks however, the truck has been missing from its usual spot in between University Hall and Compass Point.
Director of Armstrong Campus Dining, James Michael Morgan reported to us that the food truck had malfunctioned on Oct. 21.
According to Morgan, the truck stopped pumping water to the sinks inside the truck’s kitchen, which violates the requirements of the Department of Health.
“We ceased operations while we have a diagnostic done on the truck. Once we find the source of the problem, we will have it repaired and bring it back to service,” said Morgan.
Morgan does not yet know when the truck will re-open since they don’t know what caused the issue yet.
The George-Anne Inkwell Edition will keep you up to date on when the food truck will re-open.