In its first year of offering student housing, the University of Michigan at Flint has struggled to keep its new dining service financially viable, according to the Michigan Times student newspaper. Some of the major expenses were one-time costs related to setting up and opening the Riverview Dining residential dining hall and the Grill 155 retail operation. However, a more serious shortfall seems to come from a lack of adequate meal plan revenue. The Times quoted Thereasa Landis, ...

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