Bok Choy opens after much anticipation

After a long-anticipated wait, Bok Choy opened in the Otter Student Union at California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) on Sept. 27. The Chinese cuisine dining option had its opening after facing a shortage of staff members to help run the location. 

Haley Bartlett, a cashier at Bok Choy, said that they are no longer short-staffed and working there has been “pretty chill so far.” 

Students with a meal plan can do a meal exchange of two entrees, one side and one drink with plenty of menu items for students to try for themselves. 

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