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The service will begin rolling out in dining halls this semester.
A revamp at Rutgers will bring more nutritious and scratch-made offerings to the table.
If signed into law, a recently passed bill would require that New Mexico students receive school lunch even if they have unpaid meal debt.
School officials hope the weekly discount will encourage commuter students to buy a dining plan in the future.
The machines offer up to eight bagged breakfast options, which are assembled by foodservice staff.
School officials estimate that adding the service at 21 schools will cost $10,000 in additional labor.
Students used a passport to access 10 campus dining rooms, each of which served a different type of international fare.
A high school has more than doubled its average number of school breakfasts served.
The bill would prohibit California schools from withholding lunch from students and require them to notify guardians when unpaid lunch fees reach a certain threshold.
Dining staff are using easy-to-replicate displays to draw students to nutritious choices.

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