AT A GROWING NUMBER of colleges and universities, students just have to do a little tapping and swiping on their smartphones or tablets to get the day's menus, dining venue operating hours, nutritional information, even how crowded the eateries are. “This is something students have really been asking for,” said Tom Driscoll, director of food services for University Housing at the University of Oregon when his department debuted its iNutrition application last year. ...

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