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Open J-Street for lunch on the weekends!

237 Signatures Goal: 250

As students at the George Washington University, we strive to support all aspects and programs of the University. In order to help to further this goal, students eat at the on-campus eating establishments known as "J Street" In order to help facilitate this, freshmen are required to spend almost half of their meal plan at the J Street restaurants, with decreasing requirements each year. In order to help students to use their required amounts and to financially support this aspect of the University, we, the signers of this petition, ask the management to open the J Street restaurants for the lunch hours on Saturdays and Sundays. By signing this petition, we agree that if the J Street restaurants' hours were expanded to include lunch on Saturdays and Sundays, we will eat lunch there during the weekend on average once a week.

Sponsor

This petition is sponsored by students at the George Washington University. If you have any questions or would like to get involved, contact Ben Leighton in Thurston 831 or at bleight@gwu.edu

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