JMU Dining increased meal plan prices after its revenue dropped by $18 million during the pandemic. The Madison Business Review reached out to university officials to find out what's behind the move before speaking with students to hear whether they feel they're getting a fair deal.
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Both E-Hall and D-Hall have their perks and downsides. Writer Mike Cheripka decides which stands above the other.
A huge contributor to yearly U.S. food waste are college students, according to writer Josie Haneklau.
One of the main draws to JMU, besides its beautiful campus and academics, is its great dining facilities. Last year, JMU ranked fifth in Princ…
"We all teamed up, helped each other and got it done."
Although the project is still in its design stages, the renovation will be all-you-can-eat style and also include a food court.