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A new article in US News and World Report discusses vegetarianism’s growing influence on college campuses.

College campuses are becoming more veg-friendly, according to a new article from US News and World Report. The piece highlights colleges across the country, from the University of Washington in Seattle to Syracuse University in New York, and the efforts they are making to make their universities more veg-friendly, including Meatless Mondays initiatives, campus farms, more veg cuisine, and even classes on veganism. Nina Vought, a professor at Westminster College, says of her class on vegan diet, “This is the first time for many of [the students] that they realize vegan food is not [just] iceburg lettuce and carrot sticks.”

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