Ichabod Shop, Lincoln Dining now closed amid coronavirus

Ichabod Shop, Lincoln Dining now closed amid coronavirus

Wesley Tabor

Dining options are disappearing for students on Washburn’s campus.

The Lincoln Dining Hall announced Thursday, March 19, that it has closed its dining room – as directed by the Shawnee County Department of Health amid coronavirus concerns.

The Corner Store remains as the sole dining option on campus. Students can visit the Corner Store for hot food take-out during regular business hours.

Also, the Ichabod Shop announced Friday on social media that it would be officially closing its doors Saturday, March 21, for an indefinite period of time.

The Ichabod Shop will continue to process online orders and offer free curbside pickup for customers. Curbside pickup is available Monday-Friday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and will be at the Memorial Union Clock Tower entrance located at 17th St. and Jewell Ave.

The shop asks customers to watch their email address for further instructions regarding curbside pickup.

If customers have questions, they can contact the Ichabod Shop at [email protected] 

Visit the Ichabod Shop at www.ichabodshop.com

Edited by Adam White, Joelle Conway