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While JJ's Place is closed, John Jay Dining Hall will remain open until 1 a.m. nightly.

Following a sudden closure, Columbia students will be waiting an unspecified amount of time for their next mozzarella stick, as JJ's Place has been temporarily shut down due to "infrastructure issues."

A Campus Services spokesperson declined to provide information about the specific cause of the shutdown.

According to signs posted in the entry to JJ's and a Columbia Dining Facebook post, John Jay Dining Hall will remain open from 9:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. and serve a "modified" JJ's Place menu after 9 p.m. until the dining hall reopens.

Meal passes for the Emergency Meal Fund will be available at the cashier's desk in John Jay Dining Hall while JJ's Place is closed.

"I'm sad that I won't be able to eat a mozzarella stick tonight," Olivia Cornforth, CC '20, said.

The University has not announced a timeline for when JJ's Place will be reopened.

Check back for updates.

larson.holt@columbiaspectator.com | @lshlarson

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