There are various reasons for going vegetarian—animal cruelty, a healthier diet, impressing the attractive left-wing brunette in your poli-sci class—and apparently Northwestern University is doing a damn good job helping make the transition into a meat-free world. Peta2, a youth-based Web site apart of the animal rights’ activist group PETA, recently nominated Northwestern in its annual “most vegetarian-friendly colleges” list. “Northwestern actually has an amazing menu available,” says Ryan Huiling, spokesperson for Peta2. “Vegetarian riblets, vegan pancakes, vegetarian chicken pitas. These are all very delicious dishes that people can enjoy whether they are vegan or not.” Huiling cites a recent survey from Aramark, a food-services company, that says one in four college students consider vegan options important as evidence that at least students are starting to care about animals. “There has never been a better time to be a vegetarian,” he says. You can vote for the Northwestern Wildcats at peta2.com.