University of Tennessee at Chattanooga students, from left, Madeleine Brown, Brock Pressley and Jenna Caraccill say the food in the Crossroads dining hall is just fine.  Since Aug. 20, some of the patrons have complained of symptoms of possible food poisoning.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga students, from left, Madeleine Brown, Brock Pressley and Jenna Caraccill say the food in the Crossroads dining hall is just fine. Since Aug. 20, some of the patrons have complained of symptoms of possible food poisoning.
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published Monday, September 9th, 2013
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Chicken is temporarily off the menu at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's most popular cafeteria because it's suspected of causing severe "digestive distress" for 25 students and staff who ate there.

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