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    From Kearny to the Blue Devil Cafe

    Due to the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, Dillard University students have been forced off their campus away from the infamous Kearny cafeteria and its predictable entrees and forced to deal with the Blue Devil Cafe. 


    It is known world wide that the most complaining from an average college student is about the food in the cafeteria. However, this issue has become more than average for Dillard University students.


    Annia Jenkins a sophomore Nursing major from Shreveport, La said “Its ridiculous, students do not feel they are getting their moneys worth. We shouldn’t be required to purchase meal plans.”


    “I’m tired of flies in my food. The food taste like it has been sitting out too long,” said Alafia Stewart, a sophomore Criminal Justice major.


    The food menu is the same every week and many students eat fast good every night.  “The food is horrible; roaches crawling on the food tell us that they don’t care about us,” said Jasmine Herd, a freshmen from San Francisco, Calf.


    This situation is getting outrageous.  However, there may be a solution to the problem.  Dominique Hayes, 2006-2007 SGA President with the assistance of Nick Harris is coming up a plan to assist in the menu and sanitary issues at the Blue Devil Cafe. 


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