Stanley’s opens for business February 22, 2011 SHARE Junior Chris Dorst (center) orders lunch from WUSTL Dining Services employee Kenya Dampier at a new campus dining location, Stanley’s in Lopata Gallery, on the eatery’s opening day, Feb. 14. Stanley’s — which is located in Stanley and Lucy Lopata Hall — features table and lounge seating and computer stations. The menu includes salads, sandwiches, wraps, soups, hot dogs, freshly baked goods, desserts and more. Stanley’s will be open Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., though hours may change as the semester progresses. For updated information about Stanley’s hours, visit diningservices.wustl.edu. Stanley’s is named for Stanley Lopata, a 1935 College of Arts & Sciences graduate and former trustee of the university. Lopata died in 2000, but he and his wife, Lucy, longtime supporters of WUSTL, continue to have a significant impact through support of two professorships and several scholarships across schools. In addition to Lopata Hall, the Lopata name can be found at Lopata Courtyard in Simon Hall, Lopata Plaza, and Lucy and Stanley Lopata House in The Village. The Lopata Classic, a men’s basketball tournament, also is held each fall.