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Students place unopened food in a centralized cooler to be eaten by peers or donated to the local library.
The school hopes the service will also boost sales at less-popular dining halls.
An Indiana high school has seen sales jump 20% for meals and 10% for a la carte items.
The stations aim to draw more students to the dining hall.
The group will award grants to districts in 10 states to help start school breakfast programs.
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt will fulfill student orders via drone by appointment.
Bistro 464 seeks to suit more adventurous tastes.
The university and its students are reportedly stockpiling food in anticipation of a potential strike.
Students are maxed out at four shots of espresso in coffee drinks.
To spice up events on campus, Northwestern Dining is looking to commercial ops.

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