Opinion: In defense of college meal plans

Opinion: In defense of college meal plans

Consultant John Cornyn writes a rebuttal to a recent New York Times article intimating that meal plan increases were being used for items other than food.

Last week, the New York Times wrote a story intimating that meal plan cost increases were not being used to pay for food, but rather for a variety of reasons, including “to shore up their balance sheets, create academic programs and scholarships, fund special ‘training tables’ to feed athletes, and pay for meals for prospective

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