Laura Honeycutt spends most of her waking hours with college kids as part of her very grown-up responsibilities as departmental dietitian for the University of Maine.Honeycutt, who began working at the university in 1999, has seen the school’s foodservice department evolve from four traditional dining halls, two convenience stores, some catering facilities and a student union into a larger operation featuring pubs, cafes, restaurants and a marketplace as well as the traditional dining halls ...
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