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Written by Jade Riley
While ASU dining is not five-star quality, it certainly is a step up from high-school cafeteria food. Many people would agree that there is enough variety around campus to be able to tolerate eating here a few times a week. You will be able to find anything that will tickle the taste buds, including healthier dining options at Engrained or more cultured foods, such as Mexican, Asian, and Italian food. Whatever the preference, ASU will be able to keep your stomach full. Memorial Union (MU) is the main location on campus to grab a bite to eat, and you really cannot go wrong there if you choose to eat on campus. There are also dining halls within different dorms and a few restaurants as well, including Subway at Hassayampa, in case you don't feel like grabbing your footlong in the MU. For better dining hall food, check out Barrett Honors College or Manzy Square for breakfast, a favorite among students.
A common problem many have complained about is having to accept a meal plan as a freshman living on campus. The cost to eat on campus will make you broke before you know it. Not only is the meal plan expensive, it is a clear waste of money because it makes you pay ahead of time for all your meals, and meals do not roll over into another semester. The quantity of food you get for the price is a total rip-off, and many would agree that eating off campus or at home would be the wiser thing to do. Walking to Mill Avenue could take 10 minutes extra, but not only will that help you from gaining the dreaded Freshman 15, it will keep your wallet in check as well.
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