The New York Times covered the trayless trend yesterday. The article does not mention Wesleyan by name, but cites our peers at Skidmore and Williams, among others. The article lists the benefits of traylessness, now familiar to us all – less food waste, lower costs, less water used – and the disadvantages – increased traffic and time at the cafeteria. Apparently traylessness is the “hot thing right now” for college campuses, and this debate is happening on many other college campuses. The Times also raises an important question – what will we use for sleds?!