OSU's new Marketplace on Neil Street seamlessly accomodates both retail and meal plan traffic while allowing staffing and daypart flexibility. At left: freshly-prepared noodle bowls on display at stations in USC's International Residential College-Parkside. Students take them for granted. But when parents walk into a contemporary college food court, marketplace or scatter-system servery today, they never fail to comment on the dramatic changes that have taken place since their own ...

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