Of all the school memories that alumni later recount with a nostalgic fondness, their dining experiences in the cafeteria traditionally haven’t ranked high among them. Anecdotes of mystery-meat casseroles, ossified sandwiches, mushy vegetables and cookie-cutter pizza squares with the consistency of cardboard, have proliferated for generations.As students became old enough to drive, many of them fled the campus during meal periods for more appetizing fare in close proximity. But the school ...

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