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All right. Hey, guys. So I just wanted to explain a little bit kind of how the meal plan works here. So it's not like on a swipe system like it is in other schools. Every, um, food that you're gonna buy has a price attached to it. And you have, I think twenty five hundred dollars or start off the semester as a freshman or a sophomore, and that's the mandatory amount that you have to have. It's just automatically put onto your card, Um, and you have that money to use for food for the semester. And so that works at lower, um, Mac and Stew as well, a CZ at the Red Eagles and at ease. So the rat eagles and daddies are, um, not like the main dining hall sections, but your normal meal plan money will work at those two. So in addition to that, you're also going to have one hundred seventy five dollars that's automatically put onto your card, but you can refill that throughout the rest of the semester. But you can't refill your normal your normal meal plan money, so one hundred seventy five dollars will work at Hillside, where you could get, like sandwiches and salads and coffee as well as the chocolate bar, where you can get coffee and pastries and stuff like that. So a lot of people run through that money really quickly because those were the best places to get coffee on campus and you don't have that much money. Okay, so right now I'm outside the lower dining hall, which is on lower campus, and a lot of people say that it's one of the better dining halls on campus. Arguably, it's just the same as the other ones. But it does have an upstairs, which is entirely student run like section of the dining hall, and they have a lot better food than what's normally available, and they have, like, meatballs and flatbreads and salads and all stuff like that, so yeah, sure, you guys around? Beautiful Katie. No, this is held in theirs. So could you describe the food options on campus? Right? Yeah. So there's some really great places to go, especially for lunch at B. C. The Eagle's Nest is my favorite place, and they have some really good salads and harvest bulls. You know, like make it your own. So they're really good. And there's also the rat that every Thursday has amazing Mac and cheese, So there's only good options that you can pick what you like. All right. Could you please describe the food options for me on campus? My favorite food options. How to be this bacon cheese that's one hundred seven Hands down. Go to others that you have to wait. Night got pretty healthy food options at the Senate Barbecue salad bar. I really go there, but you know people All right. So Hey, guys, Um, I'm in Eagle's right now, getting lunch. And this is probably my favorite place to get launch on campus. You can make your own salads. You can get sandwiches, You can get kind of paninis. And you could make these bowls that have either like e ma r Rice and like a bunch of vegetables and other things in them. And the lines are always really long. So if you're going to come here, definitely be prepared or go like in the middle of class times would not that many people will be here. This is a salad bar. Whatever. Let's go that they still have sandwiches over here and