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<p>The $95 million construction project expanded dining options for students, with 12 new eateries operated by nine vendors.</p>

The $95 million construction project expanded dining options for students, with 12 new eateries operated by nine vendors.

Dining is a central facet of life at Duke. Whether it's grabbing food to-go during the hubbub of class change or sitting down with friends for a leisurely meal, the University's eateries are an important part of the Duke experience.

Recent years have seen the opening of the Brodhead Center, the closure of the Blue Express on Science Drive and the introduction of new restaurants including Sazón. Even this semester, changes are in the works as administrators have teased a potential new bubble tea vendor in the Bryan Center and future renovations to Sprout and Farmstead.

With that being said, we're interested to hear what you're wondering about Duke Dining. From questions about day-to-day issues or operations to big-picture musings on campus dining, ask away. You have until Saturday to ask questions for this particular voting round.

Yes, voting: we'll compile all your questions and put a few of them into a Chronquiry voting round, where you'll be able to vote on your favorites. At the end of the round, The Chronicle will have a reporter look into your question and dig around for an answer. That's the beauty of Chronquiry.

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