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College Dining Dilemma

Harvard Students petition university to provide more veg-friendly options.

Universities across the country are feeling the push for more vegetarian options in school dining halls and many have modified their menus to accommodate different diets. The Harvard Crimson newspaper released an editorial this week calling for the college to offer more veggie dining options. The open letter acknowledged that university dining services has taken positive steps to incorporate more veg alternatives, but ultimately they should expand the "volume and variety" of meal options offered. The staff also commends the Harvard Vegetarian Society for its activism, praising the organization for spreading a responsible message about food choice.

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