According to her economics journal assignment, student Trudy Myles decided the opportunity cost of eating at Morrill Commons was too high to justify her consumption of even one unit.

"I'm really hungry, but at this point, my satisfaction is decreasing more slowly than it would if I ate [at Morrill Commons]," the sophomore explained.

Myles, who is also majoring in food science, added that she tried to apply every, ANY economic principle she could think of in order to eat, but nothing led her to make that choice.

 "I even tried game theory, which makes no sense in this scenario because I'm the only one making a decision...but honestly, this isn't even a decision," the nearly starved student wrote, in clear desperation.

 According to the journal, Myles thankfully remembered the RPAC had food just before passing out due to hunger.