The Ohio State University has opened up its renovated Kennedy Commons dining center, a $12.5 million project a year and a half in the making, reports the school's Lantern campus paper. The renovation of the historic dining center—reportedly it was the first campus dining option at Ohio State—represents the first phase of a master plan to update all of the university's dining commons. The biggest structural change was to convert the single-line cafeteria to a food court model with multiple ...

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