Studio 34, a new self-service cafe, has opened in the lower lever of Building A in the new Butler dorms.
Archive – September 2009
This major renovation project created a new combined servery for Butler and Wilson Colleges. Dining room improvements, a new kitchen, and elevator were also completed.
Dining Services is pleased to announce the launch of its new Website. Please take a minute to explore our new site, featuring dining announcements, and a new design that will make it easier for users to find important information quickly.
Yom Kippur meals will be served at the Center for Jewish Life dining hall as follows: Sunday, September 27 Pre-Fast Dinner 5 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Monday, September 28 Post-Fast Dinner 7:30-9:30 p.m. Breakfast and lunch will not be served.
An electric shutdown is needed to tie-in Whig Hall's emergency electric. This one-day shutdown will affect the buildings on emergency breaker feeder #8 in the Dillon Turbine Room distribution panel. The buildings affected are as follows: Alexander Hall, Campbell, Clio, Dodd, Edwards, Hamilton, Holder, Joline, Joseph Henry House, Little, Madison, McCormick Hall, Nassau Hall, Stanhope, West College, Whig, Witherspoon. The shutdown will occur on November
The Facilities Engineering Department will be undertaking a comprehensive soils investigation in Lot 20 just south of the Bridge project and the Carl Ichan Building in support of the new construction for the proposed Neuroscience Psychology Building. This work is scheduled to begin on September 21, 2009 and will last for two weeks with completion on October 2, 2009. It will require us to isolate the north half of the parking lot starting on Monday, the 21st for safety reasons since this work
A campus-wide initiative to remove vines growing up the sides of the exterior of campus buildings will be occuring through the end of September. Equipment may be present on the exterior of buildings to allow for this work to be completed.
Dining Services is proud to be a sponsor of Greening Princeton's Farmers' Market, bringing local producers to campus in celebration of fresh, sustainable, and delicious food. This year's fall market began on September 22 and ran through October 27. The following recipes were prepared at fall market by Chef Rob in a cooking demonstration on Firestone Plaza. Jersey Harvest Oven Dried Tomato and Herbs Pasta Chicken Soup with Wild Rice Pumpkin Cider Soup Loca
Princeton University Dining Services is the proud recipient of the 2009 Silver Plate Award. This prestigious award bestowed annually by the International Foodservice Manufacturers Association (IFMA), pays tribute to excellence by recognizing the most outstanding and innovative talents in nine segments of foodservice operations. Princeton Dining Services was recognized in the category of Colleges and Universities.