Campus dining has gotten better in recent years, since the College has started working with the Meriwether Godsey company. However, "better" depends on opinion. If it's healthy, then you'll be happy. More options—like fresh and organic—are available to students, even if they sometimes get repetitive like at any other dining hall at any other college. Guilford has its own farm where most of the food comes from, which is also a step toward sustainability in addition to being more health conscious. Plus, many of the pastries and breads come from local vendors, which enriches the community.
Another cool thing is that Meriwether Godsey accepts comment cards, so if there's something you don't like or would like to see on the menu, you can always have a voice. While the dining areas aren't open 24 hours, they are still open relatively late, which is helpful for late-night nosh sessions.