College students and pizza go together like Donald Trump and Filet-O-Fish. Or something. In college, there is a pizza for everything. Pizza when you finish your exams, pizza during rush, pizza at 3:00 in the morning when you’ve partied way too hard, and of course, pizza in the morning because you partied too hard and ate too much pizza and now you need pizza to feel better about the whole thing. So it only makes sense that pizza ATMs are coming to college campuses, starting with Xavier University in Cincinnati, reports WCPO.
The university has partnered with French company Paline to bring the first pizza ATM to the school, and it is set to begin dispensing pizzas on August 10th. The machine can hold 70 pizzas at a time, and they will come out piping hot and ready to eat.
In other news, the Freshman 15 was recently renamed the Freshman 115, and Xavier University just became the hardest school in the country to get into.
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