In-N-Out satisfies students’ hunger

The line spanning nearly the entire length of the north hill in Falcon Square was a bittersweet indication that In-N-Out was back on Jan. 10 and 12.

Those in line waited diligently for at least an hour and a half on Tuesday before the trucks served up the well-known flavors of the classic burger at 5:30pm.

Students, such as music major Anthony Turietta, see the campus tradition as a financial relief.

”I’m glad that In-N-Out comes out here every semester because I’ll be out here in between classes and not have anything to eat for a while or no money.”

Potato chips, soda and a burger were handed out to anyone with their current ASB sticker on their student IDs.