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Campus Meals, I Really Like them, But…
By Jeong Seon-ju  |  sunju630@hanyang.ac.kr
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  Despite being one of the most important and enjoyable meals of the day, sometimes a seemingly simple matter like deciding on where to go for lunch can be an agonizing affair.  The decision making can be particular prolonged when dining in a group.  With stomachs rumbling, often when the inevitable question “Where should we go?” is asked the most common and dreaded answer is, “Anything is okay,” when in fact, it’s quite the opposite. If someone does a search online for “lunch”, “lunch ideas” or the like will appear.  
  This lunch scenario is common for Hanyangians.  Ahn So-jung, a Sophomore in the Division of Economics said, “I am tired of wasting time trying to decide where to go and what to eat so I usually just go to the school cafeteria for lunch.”  Obviously, she is not alone as the school cafeterias are usually filled to capacity with Hanyangians like her.
From May 2 to May 3, The Hanyang Journal conducted survey asking Hanyangians for their opinion about the school cafeterias. The questions asked are as follows:  “What do you think of the food at the school cafeterias?”, and ”Which cafeteria  do you  prefer  among all the choices?”

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