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Sodexo, Liberty University welcome new chef-manager

Sodexo, the foodservice provider at Liberty University, in Lynchburg, Va., has hired Chef Audrey Dobson-Maliangos as its new residential chef manager. Chef Dobson-Maliangos will oversee operations at Reber-Thomas Dining Hall, the campus’s largest dining facility.

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Alcohol sales total nearly $235K at University of Arkansas stadium

For the first time, beer and wine were available to purchase at the club level of Razorback Stadium. Sodexo, which holds the stadium concessions, saw net sales of $234,918.

Harvard University Dining Services is serving fish purchased from a local vendor for lunch on Fridays under a program called “Catch of the Day.”

Everyone, it seems, wants to offer us tips on healthier eating. Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has gotten into the act.

President Barack Obama criticized university administrators Friday for driving up the cost of college with high-priced extras such as gourmet cafeteria food.

Oregon brewer, Falling Sky, hopes to open a pub and pizzeria in the remodeled Erb Memorial Union at the University of Oregon.

Northern Kentucky University has implemented a policy in which a healthy food option must be included at every food station and all events with catered food. Thirty percent of items in vending machines are now healthy.

Students campaigned, now every cup of coffee and tea bought from foodservice vendors on the University of Northern British Columbia campus is certified Fair Trade.

A study has found that exposure to good food as a child inspires healthy eating while at college, even if kids didn’t like it at the time.

In a state known for beef production, the student government at the University of Nebraska voted down a proposal by students who suggested a “Meatless Monday” promotion to raise awareness about the environmental impact of meat consumption.