Casey’s Page

 
 

One Response to “Casey’s Page”

  1. Lee February 1, 2011 at 2:37 pm #

    In the middle of reading this particular page, I started to think about how the Jew Caf was physically the least accessible of the three, and as soon as I started reading again I hit the paragraph where you discuss exactly that!

    You really hit the nail on the head in terms of which cafeterias are the most integrated: I knew Conrods was frequented by many black students, but I’d never heard it actually referred to as the “Black Caf”. Jew Caf, on the other hand, is the only name I -have- heard for that cafeteria, while conversely I had never even been aware that the atrium was predominantly Italian, let alone that it was “Italian Caf”

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