Students line up at the Souper Deli, in Purdue University's Earhart Dining Court, one of a series of new board dining venues recently opened by the school. In many ways, college and university dining remains at war with its own past. At the heart of the conflict is the meal plan. It's a tradition with roots in a simpler time when students ate when, where and what they were told. But today's college meal plans are often contradictions in disfunctional kinship with that anachronism, ...
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