All-vegan dining hall at UNT makes waves

A line of students, faculty and staff clad in green snaked towards the cafeteria and waited for the cashier to swipe their card before sitting down to lunch. It was a normal start to the school year save for one big change to the college dining experience: there would be no meat, dairy or eggs on the menu.

Dining services at the University of North Texas are making waves in Denton and beyond with the opening of an all-vegan dining hall on campus. Ken Botts, director of special projects for dining services at UNT, said the idea for a vegan dining hall began about a year ago after staff started hearing from students.
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