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Sherwood Diner closes for remodel

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Samantha Sandrew ’25
Sherwood Diner temporarily closed down to remodel on Oct 30 for an unknown period of time. Although unconfirmed, the restaurant reportedly renovates the restaurant’s kitchen. To see updates, follow @sherwooddinerct on Instagram.

The Sherwood Diner temporarily closed for an unknown period of time on Oct. 30. The diner is reportedly making changes to their kitchen, although unconfirmed. The establishment encourages following their Instagram, @sherwooddinerct, for updates. The community now must wait indefinitely for its re-opening. 

The sudden closing has forced some students to make changes to long-standing traditions.

“I’m very upset because after every Saturday practice we used to go to the Diner,” Danielle Schwartz ’25 said. “Last week we had to go to Salsa Fresca, it was not the same.”  

Yet, some students approve of the opinions about the closing. 

“I think it’s a good thing that it is [being remodeled] because Southport [Diner] is better,” Mark Suarez ’25 said. “The pancakes are better.”

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Samantha Sandrew ’25, Associate Web Managing Editor
Samantha Sandrew ’25, Inklings associate web managing editor, held three summer jobs in the past. But this summer, she took only one: checking beach passes, and Sandrew claims it was the most interesting job she’s had so far.  “Having a job without a lot of stress allowed me to think about moving forward through my upcoming junior year,” Sandrew said.  While she was initially influenced by her older sibling to join Inklings, Sandrew quickly ended up developing a deeper passion for Advanced Journalism.  “It was something that I was good at,” Sandrew said, “and it became one of my happy places as a freshman.”

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