When UCLA closed down its venerable Bombshelter food court last December, the Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA), which manages onsite dining at the school, had to make a decision on how to provide dining to students on that part of campus. Their solution: invite independent food truck operators onto the grounds to become, in effect, licensed campus food stations having the blessing of the dining department. So far the gambit has paid off as students have taken to the array of food ...

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