The old dining hall at Macalester College, no longer in service and being remodeled into a computer lab, offices, and ballroom. In January 2001 when the new Ruth Stricker-Dayton Campus Center opened, dining services were moved there and Kagin was closed for renovations. Before that, however, Kagin served "food" ranging in quality from mediocre to horrific. I don't need to go into detail here about bad college dining hall food. Nonetheless, they did have many options: a meat line, a vegetarian line, a grill line (with veggie burgers, hamburgers, and such things as grilled cheese sandwiches and grilled chicken, an extensive salad bar, cereal at all meals, a pasta bar, and a frozen yogurt (fro-yo) machine. Eating well in Kagin took creativity, but it was possible. The dining services in the new Campus Center are, luckily, quite improved.