Date: Tue, 21 Nov 1995 13:01:19 -0500 From: Wayne Glowka Subject: Re: PC Language >"Dining hall" always worked for me. If nothing else, it's two >syllables shorter than "cafeteria," which is an advantage for a >word you use a lot. (In practice, we mostly referred to them by >name, as in "I had lunch in Commons," or "I'll meet you for dinner >in Branford." But the shows put on in the dining halls were >collectively "dining hall theater," not "cafeteria theater.") > >Vicki Rosenzweig >vr%acmcr.uucp[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] >New York, NY The students actually call it "SAGA"--the name of the company that ran it before Marriott, the present operator. Wayne Glowka Professor of English Director of Research and Graduate Student Services Georgia College Milledgeville, GA 31061 912-453-4222 wglowka[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]