The food is 100% meaning that all the choices are healthy and contribute to strong minds and bodies. The policies ,however, stink to high heaven. How do you deny a diner who may be a dollar short on his/her meal entrance to cafeteria only because he/she wants to ask a fellow student for the balance to get a chance to eat. Their is no "Christian Ethic" in volved here. If a person had no money, I feel that he/she should be able to eat. That is part of the Christian Culture, however, policy gets in the way and some goes away hungry. Just look at all the food that is being thrown away each night that someone could have eaten.