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Observing the Trends Some of the main trends I have observed in Blacksburg, on and off campus, involves dining. Whether it is take-away or eating in, many students/faculty have roughly the same eating schedules resulting in a high volume of commuters on campus and much longer lines at on campus dining halls and off campus establishments. To help relieve some of this pressure, I propose a sort of an all choice delivery services. Meals-on-wheels. This service will deliver any food from any restaurant on or off campus, for a standard fee of course, and will then be delivered to the customer’s home. I believe this will make things very convenient for busy students who do not have time to wait in lines or an adequate mode of transportation. If Meals-on-wheels consistently delivers in a timely fashion and does not over charge, I do believe this could turn into a long-term trend. Another trend I noticed is that more and more students are driving to campus. This is causing much congestion going to and from campus which can
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