When a 26,000-student state university from the culinary byways of Southwest Virginia laps the field in the prestigious Princeton Review Best Campus Food competition, you know something is up. After all, the upper reaches of the Review's annual listing tend to be populated by small private schools with boutique foodservices, not big public institutions with “volume feeding” responsibilities. Yet it was Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University — better known as Virginia Tech — ...

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