Joan Stout Hall will go hungry as Clark’s food supplier has ceased operations with the college, effective Dec. 31.
Sabra Sand, director of business services, announced that Clark will initiate a bidding process to find a vendor to replace outgoing Supa, and hopes to fill the void by Spring quarter.
“It’s urgent,” Sand said. “However, we still have to go through a fair bidding process.”
According to Sand, Supa informed the college of their decision at the beginning of December and was set to close after finals week.
The lack of response from Clark students after Supa’s closure has surprised Sand. “When the prior vendor left, there was a lot of reaction.”
Sand ensured students that on-campus food carts and coffee shops will continue services while Clark works to replace the supplier.
Supa was expensive. The quality of food was poor and the service was not very good.
I don’t think they ever had soup when I went there.