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Written by Sandra Jolles
Food is scarcely talked about in negative terms from the student body. Students enjoy a wealth of different options in their dining halls and eateries. Hungry? The two all-you-can-eat dining halls give you the most bang for your buck. Freshmen, beware! The desserts and array of meals may leave you lamenting that fourth cookie you just had to reach for.
The dining halls have recently made strides in healthy eating, specifically labeling items with the ingredients and nutritional information. E-hall and D-hall also include vegan and vegetarian options that even leave meat-eaters drooling. Students watching their figures should also be wary of Festival and Dukes. It is very easy to overeat in these places, precisely the reason to split the food between two meals using one of JMU’s take-out boxes. If you’re not as hungry, Starbucks, Einstein’s, and Java City offer that little pick-me-up that aides in students slogging over their school work.
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