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Unformatted text preview: the scheduled hours are commonly forced to eat microwaved food, which is often less nutritious; this is a reason the cafeteria should extend the hours. No one wants to eat microwaved food everyday, and by extending the cafeteria hours this would create a healthier student body that allows students such as athletes along with students in night classes to access the cafeteria. Since more students would be able to access the cafeteria, cafeteria use will become more efficient, and less food will go to waste. The cafeteria hours should be extended so that all students will have time to use the cafeteria, and this will create a healthier environment. We appreciate your willingness to read our position, and we hope you take our view into consideration. We know it will be a difficult task to change the scheduled hours; however, these changes will result in a positive impact on the entire student body....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ACCT 200 taught by Professor Williams during the Fall '07 term at Marist.
- Fall '07
- Financial Accounting