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Is Your College on the “Veg-Friendly” List?

Written by PETA | October 29, 2007

Those overeducated academics over at peta2 have just released their annual list of the top 40 vegetarian-friendly colleges in the United States, so if you want to show a little love for your alma mater or your hometown school, you can cast your vote here. The school with the best vegetarian options will be announced in the second week of November, so there’s still a bit of time to vote. The contest has already been getting some good press in college newspapers across the country, including this piece in Yale’s newsletter, and this little vignette from ASU.

My school a) didn’t have a cafeteria to speak of, and b) wasn’t in the U.S., so I went ahead and voted for Berkeley—because Berkeley is beautiful, and they have vegan chicken nuggets. You can vote for your favorite here.



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  • KathyF says:

    I can personally vouch for the vegan options at Smith having dined there during Family Weekend at NorthropGillett the vegetarian house. Other houses also have veggie options every night. You can check out their daily menu online at httpwww.smith.edudiningservicesmenus.php.

  • Caboose says:

    Jean See it’s a balance of food choices that is ideal not just all meat or all vegan. But good that your university has a balanced menu.

  • Jean says:

    UC Santa BarbaraMy dorm Francisco Torres had vegan burger on the menu. yum. and a salad bar from 7AM to 7PM.

  • Caboose says:

    I like cake. Though the cake is a lie. from Portal

  • Johnny says:

    Northwestern all the way! How could you argue with VEGAN PANCAKES?!