Students “shocked” at now-reversed softlock on meal swipes

An hour or two after having lunch on campus Sunday, Hagar Eldeeb, a freshman majoring in neuroscience, went to Seeds Marketplace to get some water. When she tried to check out, her meal swipe declined. Confused as she still had 17 swipes left in the week, Eldeeb asked an employee for assistance. Eldeeb was “shocked” and frustrated to find out that, since she had already used a swipe in the current time-constrained meal period, she’d have to wait to get the water.

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