by student blogger Kristin
Imagine working in the kitchen on a busy Saturday night. All the tables are full and orders are coming in left and right, burying you with tickets. As if that wasn’t enough, your chef is adding to the pressure reminding you that every minute a customer doesn’t get their food could be a loss in sale. So what do you do? Where do you start? As CIA students, we’re taught to organize and conquer it all in a timely manner. Many students accomplish this by use of timer, clock or personal watch in order to at least keep themselves in check.
This beautiful clock can be found on campus and was something that I overlooked for years. It was not until my sophomore year, right before graduating with my associate degree, that a friend of mine pointed it out to me. Its face is decorated with the prized seal of our school and represents the architectural style that is found throughout campus.
This clock aids many students on their daily walk into the kitchen. But where is it? Here’s a hint, there are actually two clock towers on campus. Credit for giving me the location of either one!