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A Taste of What’s in Store


Vendors tempt students up and down the CC hallway.
Vendors tempt students up and down the CC hallway.
The discriminating palates of students will decide the Question of the Day: Which snack foods will cut it?
The discriminating palates of students will decide the Question of the Day: Which snack foods will cut it?

Thursday morning’s annual Wildcat Sampler in the Bush Campus Center gave students a voice in what items may be available for purchase in the near future. After nibbling and noshing, scarfing and sipping from 10 a.m.-noon, students filled out surveys indicating their favorites – many of which will be brought to Dining Services’ retail line in the coming months.
Photos by Rachel A. Eirmann, student photographer

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