University food pantry helps fill student nutrition needs

04/27/2012 | WDTV-TV (Bridgeport, W.Va.)

West Virginia University is among a number of colleges that have opened a food pantry on campus to help students get enough to eat. WVU's Jacqueline Dooley said that elementary and middle schools have reduced-cost lunches and that financial problems do not go away when students enter college. Demand for food at the pantry is at an all-time high.

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