University food banks help financially strapped students

04/10/2014 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Universities say more students are having trouble affording meal packages or buying food on their own, which has led to an increase in campus food banks. George Mason University created a voucher program, partly through donations from campus food services, and for the first time, the hunger-relief charity Feeding America is going to include college students who need food assistance in its quadrennial survey.

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