University | 3:41 pm | October 16, 2012 | By Kirsten Schnackenberg

In Pierson, Sunday night dinner off-limits for transfers

Berkeley Dining Hall
Berkeley Dining Hall Photo by Tomas Albergo.

For non-Piersonites, eating in Pierson on Sunday evenings is now a thing of the past.

According to an email sent out Tuesday morning by Betty Lattanzi, senior administrative assistant for Pierson College, only students with a Pierson sticker on their ID cards will be admitted to the dining hall for dinner on Sunday nights.

The change follows new dining restrictions implemented Monday by Berkeley College, which limit dining hall hours for non-Berkeley students. Non-Berkeleyites will not be allowed to eat in the dining hall for two Mondays each month, and, for the other two Mondays, can only enter after 6:30 p.m.

Pierson students who have yet to receive their Pierson ID stickers can pick them up from the Master’s Office all week. In addition, a Master’s Aide will distribute stickers to Pierson students in the dining hall during dinner on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

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