The College of William & Mary has begun requiring students starting with the Class of 2015 who live on campus to purchase a meal plan. Previously, only freshmen had this requirement. The school's Flat Hat campus paper reports that the increased revenues are enabling the dining services department to initiate an $8 million expansion/renovation of its Sadler Center facilities. William & Mary's dining services are currently operated by Aramark, but its contract is up at the ...

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