Nfld. & Labrador

The Aramark Spring: MUN students use social media to #stoparamark

This week, social media blew up with reports of inedible food being served at Memorial University's residence dining hall.
Pictures of uncooked food from the MUN dining hall, such as the pork chops pictured, have flooded social media in the last week. (Jordan Bartlett)

This week, social media blew up with reports of inedible food being served at Memorial University's residence dining hall.

It didn't take long for students' frustration to turn into a social media hashtag, and by Wednesday #stoparamark was born.

Check out the tweets and posts below to see what all the fuss is about:

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