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How expensive food and hidden facts got me hooked on journalism

Logos Cafeteria Story

Time for a flashback.

The latest issue of the Incarnate Word Logos, the student newspaper of the university I attended in San Antonio, published an article in May about the school cafeteria, and how some students are unhappy with their meal plans.

The article stirred up ancient memories. My very first news story was published in the Logos in 1994, and it was about high cafeteria prices.

The topic might sound trivial. But it certainly mattered to the 3,000 students who attended Incarnate Word. And what I learned about the high cafeteria prices at Incarnate Word got me hooked on journalism.

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