16 March 2006
Colleges Serve Up Trendy Food to Lure Students
The last decade has brought huge changes to many campus dining halls,
as colleges ramp up the quality and variety of food to attract an increasingly sophisticated — and picky — generation of students.
For those who think college food is still mystery meat served in "slop lines," as one dining director put it, it’s a new
culinary world out there. Discover the best and worst college food, according to rankings in the 2006 Princeton Review’s
"The Best 361 Colleges" as well as a recipe for Mahi-Mahi with Pineapple Tequila Salsa on one university menu in this
article. See story at The Anniston Star's website: www.annistonstar.com.
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