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A former Libertarian candidate for the state Senate says his employer, Princeton University, has told him must choose between keeping his job or participating in New Jersey's medical marijuana...
After a bad day, University of Southern Mississippi sophomore Carley Pierce loves her mother's rendition of Shepherd's Pie...
The South Quadrangle dining hall now features 10 micro-restaurants.
Instead of sloppy Joes and lukewarm pizza, students this year will instead be handed new menus offering made-to-order items like fajitas and sandwiches as the district’s new food vendor tries to turn...
The cost to attend college may be going up, but the cost to eat at one local university is actually going down.
A workers union at Northwestern Memorial has said more than two dozen cafeteria employees at Northwestern Memorial Hospital will be forced into jobs they weren’t trained for when the cafeteria closes...
Officials from the Rhode Island Department of Education say they are "unable to approve" a new three-year food service contract with city mainstay Sodexo, meaning school officials must...
Participation in school lunch has declined markedly in the past three years, despite a slight increase in the percentage of students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals, according to The...
Alaskan king salmon, corn tortillas with cheese, and ramen noodle bars are just some of the options Lexington students will see in their cafeterias this school year.
A pilot program that tested reusable takeout containers at two Penn State Behrend student cafeterias will expand to all Penn State campuses this fall.

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