KIM: Learning Commons needs food options

If you go to the dining centers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, you can see how the university is trying to make students eat healthy. They try to provide nutritious food and emphasize the importance of eating healthy.  However, in the Learning Commons, which is newly opened this semester, the only foods students can get are donuts, bananas and oranges from Dunkin’ Donuts and beverages and snacks from vending machines. The Learning Commons is opened 24 hours a day, but there are only limited foods available. The vending machine has some sandwiches, but I think we need some better food.  The Learning Commons isn’t just library space; it’s more like a place for studying. Students gather to study together, do group projects or work by themselves. During busy times of…

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