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Many college students complain about their dining hall food. However, at Syracuse University’s Sadler dining hall, the complaints and concerns fall mainly on absence of healthy options. “All the really healthy things to eat are grilled chicken and sandwiches,” says freshman Natalie Mastracci. But having these everyday is bound to get old. Every freshman attending Syracuse is required to have a meal plan of at least 14 meals a week. There are five residential dining halls on campus where the meal plan is accepted. For residents in Lawrinson Hall the closest one is right next door at Sadler Hall. Students have multiple concerns about the dining hall. Including the hours of operation, the nutrition value and having to spend money elsewhere because of the unsatisfactory food. The hours for breakfast and lunch at Sadler’s dining hall are very reasonable. It is open for a few hours when people commonly have those meals everyday. However, on the weekends, dinner hours are less convenient. On Saturdays and Sundays the dinning hall
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course NEW 205 taught by Professor Rowe during the Spring '07 term at Syracuse.

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