WHILE MANY ALL-YOU-CARE-TO-EAT college dining halls have opted to go trayless as a way to cut down on food waste, the University of Missouri-Columbia has decided to go another route. A compromise route, so to speak, that is not so much “trayless” as “less tray.” The school's newly renovated Rollins dining hall provides students with smaller-than-normal trays that still provide the convenience of trays but don't let eyes-bigger-than-their-stomachs diners load up, only to toss much of it in ...

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