Dashing between classes can be hard enough without the added stress of trying to get food in-between breaks.
Allowing users to pre-order their food from selected outlets on campus, Hangry, a new app at the University of Alberta lets students pay for the convenience of skipping the line at the cafeteria. Currently available at Engrained in ECHA and the EuroMarket in the Education building, Hangry allows users to pre-order and pre-pay for their meals.
For this skip-the-line service, Hangry charges a 10 per cent convenience charge per order, which is capped at five dollars.
Read the full Gateway piece on Hangry here!