In the interest of fairness

Princeton Review’s top 10 best colleges for food in 2007 and their respective service:

1. Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine (self-op)

2. Virginia Tech, Blacksburg (self-op)

3. Wheaton (Ill.) College (Bon Appetit)

4. Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. (self-op)

5. St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn. (Bon Appetit)

6. Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, Needham, Mass. (Sodexho)

7. James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va. (Aramark)

8. Colby College, Waterville, Maine (Sodexho)

9. Gustavus Adolphus College, MN (self-op)

10. Washington University in St. Louis (Bon Appetit)

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8 thoughts on “In the interest of fairness

  1. Anonymous

    I ate a college (Oberlin) for four years that had Bon Appétit. The food was the same as we’ve had here. Probably worse.But then again, I’ve heard from others who have Bon Appétit at their college and they say it’s fine. It’s different for everyone.That said, Oberlin’s sandwich place was a hundred times better than what we have now and they actually had fresh fruit smoothies. If we get something similar, I’ll be happy.

  2. Anonymous

    I ate a college (Oberlin) for four years that had Bon Appétit. The food was the same as we’ve had here. Probably worse.

    But then again, I’ve heard from others who have Bon Appétit at their college and they say it’s fine. It’s different for everyone.

    That said, Oberlin’s sandwich place was a hundred times better than what we have now and they actually had fresh fruit smoothies. If we get something similar, I’ll be happy.

  3. Anonymous

    going to Princeton Review’s site linked in this article reveals 5 of our NESCAC brethren in the top 20… maybe we’ll be #6

  4. Anonymous

    going to Princeton Review’s site linked in this article reveals 5 of our NESCAC brethren in the top 20… maybe we’ll be #6

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