University of Georgia students are using TikTok to call out their 'sad' dining options

The standard freshman meal plan at the University of Georgia costs $2,018 per semester. Usually, that includes unlimited, seven-day-a-week access to five different dining halls, plus weekly pop-ups and on-campus food trucks. The coronavirus pandemic has left students paying thousands of dollars for long lines, “sad” portion sizes and severely reduced food choices. William O’Bannon, a sophomore at UGA, shared a video on August 19, . in which students can be seen lining up single file for what he said was nearly a 40-minute wait time. O’Bannon’s clip drew more than 1.2 million views on TikTok. “They ate better at the Fyre Festival,” one user joked. The issue isn’t limited to UGA, of course . College students across the nation have taken to social media to express their frustrations with their school’s handling of the pandemic