Vanderbilt University revamps the classic loaded potato.
UConn has been focusing on eliminating trans fat since August.
Lehigh University's allergy stations provide meal options without gluten, milk, eggs, soy, tree nuts, peanuts, shellfish or wheat.
Starting in January, N.C. colleges will tax meal plans and food to meet new law requirements.
Last year, CMU composted more than 72 tons of food with its new waste plan.
The move was eliminated after a student survey found students were not in favor of the idea.
Click through a Snapshots of all the recipes for the November 2013 issue.
Operators find valuable revenue streams with minimal investment in meal delivery programs.
NuCuisine’s Tour of Pork brings unique pork dishes to Northwestern dining halls.
With many dining options on campus, the study finds it's healthier to bring food from home than to eat out on campus.
Starting January 1, N.C. colleges will be required to charge sales tax on all food, including student meal plans.
Illinois State University's Airport Lounge makes top campus vendor for its many perks, including an original espresso machine.
The new plan would allow on- and off-campus undergraduates to either purchase a meal plan or purchase a dining balance plan of $300 or more per semester.
On Nov. 24, Ursa's Cafe will close due to low traffic and declining popularity.
Ready to prove they’re more than a side, beans take center stage in entrées.
With the Revelle College Plaza Cafe closed for renovation, UCSD had to come up with a temporary solution for food on campus.
State University of New York at Oswego is one of the schools the American Farmland Trust got a federal grant to work with.
Debra Lee Ross announced that she is retiring this coming January.