Rutgers University halted an initiative that allowed students to purchase take-out meals for needy local residents using meal card swipes by limiting the number of swipes students may use to only one per visit. Previously, the school allowed two swipes even if there was no guest physically present with the student. The “Operation Robin Hood” donation program, initiated by a local actisist and Rutgers alumnus, Charles Kratovil, encouraged students to purchase a second meal when they bought a ...

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