Brody dining hall on Michigan State’s campus is the largest non-military cafeteria in the world. There are also 20 Sparty’s and eight other cafeterias on campus. However, with all these resources, you wouldn’t expect students going hungry. “What we found was that 4.4% of MSU students are in the low to very low food security category, which means that there eating pattern may become disrupted because of lack of sufficient resources for food,” said Anne Buffington, nutrition programs coordinator. Dennis Martell, health promotion department director, said that the food bank was opened in 1993 because the faculty and staff realized there were students who were food insecure.