December 7,1994 8 Campus Extras Just enough cluck for your buck Boston Chicken is a new restaurant chain popping up all over our nation. Although Boston Chicken does not consider itself a fast-food restaurant, it is modeled much like one. It is not a fancy restaurant at all; however, the restaurant surely knows haw to please its customers. For anyone who wants quick, friendly service and good food, Boston Chicken is definitely the place. The atmosphere in Boston Chicken is relaxed—music is played softly in the background and open seating is available. The entire restaurant is non smoking, but there are tables set up outside for those who wish to smoke. The quality of food at Boston Chicken is excellent. All food is served hot right in front of the customer. The menu offers eighteen side dishes in cluding: mashed potatoes and gravy, stufftng, baked beans, macaroni and cheese, and pasta salad, to name a few. The restaurant’s main dish is chicken Allison Caroll restaurant review prepared in a variety of ways: roasted chicken, chicken s^ad, and chicken sandwiches. Soft drinks such as Coke, Mountain Dew, Sprite, and Diet Coke are served at the beverage stand: the customers serve their own, and refills are complimentary. The quality of service is equally impressive. The employees are always smiling and friendly. The manager even hives tours of the kitchen at the customer’s request. All the employees are eager to please, and the customer always comes first. The service is quick, so waiting is kept to a minimum. 'The price of all this is a bit more than places like Kenny Roger’s Chicken andKentuckyFried Chicken. Achicken •Earn $2500 and free Spring Break trips! Sell eight trips and go free! Best trips and prices! Bahamas, Cancun, Jamica, Panama City! Great Resume Experience! Call 1-800-678-6386. •SPRING BREAK '95-Nassua/Paradise Island, Jamica, and Cancun from $299. Air, Hotel, Transfers, Parties and More! Organize small group - earn FREE trip plus commissions! Call 1-800-822-0321. • Dave Sciabarasi's Photography-5341 Rock Service Station Rd., Raleigh Nc 27603. Beautifiil and affordable wedding photography. Ten years experience. References: Anne Pickard, Dean of Students secretary, and Alyson Colwell- Waber, dance department. Call Dave 772-7997. •Extra Income For '94- Earn $500-$ 1000 weekly stuffing envelopes. For details- rush $1 with SASE to: GROUP FIVE-57 Greentree Drive, Suite 307-Dover, DE 19901. •Wanted!! Individuals and Student Organizations to Pro mote Spring Break '95. Earn substantial MONEY and FREE TRIPS. Call inter-campus programs 1-800-327-6013. • Mathematical Resources-We provide tutoring in: algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, differential equations, physics and chemistry. For more information call 783-0701. sandwich, one side dish, and one bev erage costs about six dollars. Three side items cost four dollars. A bowl of soup costs three dollars, and a dinner for two costs bemeen ten and fifteen dollars. True, the service and food are impressive, but the prices are a little steep. Boston Chicken definitely deserves a taste test for those who have not tried it. Although the prices are about a doUaror so morethanrestaurants com parable to it, Boston Chicken offers quality food and great service. 'There are restaurants conveniently located on Glennwood Avenue in Raleigh, Kildaire Farms in Cary, Eastgate Shop ping Center in Chapel Hill, and 15-501 (beside South Square Mall) in Durham. The Herald sends out warm wishes to the Meredith community for a joyful holiday season! We hope everyone returns for the spring semester well- rested and well-fed! We regretfully in form you that this is our last paper of this semester. We will see you next year!! Society holds inductions Meredith’s Phi Omicron Chap ter of the national history honor society. Phi Alpha Theta, held its fall inductions Tuesday, October 4, 1994. Six students and one faculty member were recognized by the society for their demonstration of a vital interest in history by excelling in their study of history and their overall academic studies. Phi Alpha Theta would like to extend congratulations to its new members: (1-r) Melissa Perkins Bryant, Dr. Caroline Happer, Tina Cotton, Mendy Johnson, Rebecca May, LoreLie and Lisa Robinson.

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