James Madison University has opened its newest dining venue, the East Campus Dining Hall. The $18.8 million structure is expected to become the first certified “green” building at the university once the U.S. Green Building Council verifies that it meets its Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards. JMU's dining services, which is managed by Aramark, has consistently been rated near the top of the Princeton Review's annual “Best Campus Food” rankings (see p. 13). It ...

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