The removal of pork and shellfish from dining hall menus this year has generated controversy at Brandeis University, reports the school's The Justice campus paper. Though Brandeis has had a "longstanding policy' against serving the non-kosher products as part of its "heritage as a Jewish-sponsored institution," according to a spokesperson quoted in the article, students claim they were readily available as late as last school year when the dining program was managed by ...

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