Join us this Friday as Princeton Dining Services and the USG present Dean's Bake Cake Competition; a Fondant Farewell to Dean Malkiel. This exciting live competition takes place from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. in the Gallery at Frist as three team finalists paired with a member of the University bakeshop create their original Dean Malkiel inspired cake design. The competitors are: Team Spelman 61: Genevieve Irwin '12 Sarah Kinter '12 Ginny Weinmann '12 Team Blue a
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University plumbers and American Water will shutdown water service to 1927/Clapp, Dodge Osborn and 1938 Halls on Saturday, April 30 from 6 a.m. until approximately 12 p.m. while repairs are made. During this time no water will be available to residents. Once service is restored residents are asked to allow the water to run for 60 seconds to ensure impurities pass through the pipes. We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may cause. Questions may be directed to the Facilities Service Cent
All undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to take a few minutes to complete the annual Food Preference Survey. The survey provides valuable feedback for improving our retail and dining hall services. As a special thank you, Dining Services will be giving away two $25.00 Paw Points awards each week to randomly selected persons who complete the survey. Princeton Dining Services thanks you for your input. Please use this link to access the survey.
Come celebrate Earth Day in the residential dining halls on Thursday, April 21. Our chefs have each prepared special Earth Day menus using local ingredients. Some of the local foods which will be featured and are available each day in our dining halls include cage-free eggs from Kreider Farms in Lancaster County Pa, Trenton made Arctic Ice Cream, and milk purchased from farms in N.J. and Pennsylvania and distributed by Cream-O-Land Dairy. We will feature recipes prepared with grass-fed gr
A water shutdown will occur on Friday, April 15 at Little Hall from 1 p.m. until approximately 3 p.m. while University plumbers conduct a backflow device test. During this time both hot and cold water will be unavailable. Please run water for a few minutes once it has been restored to dissipate any cloudiness you may observe. Thank you for your patience during this outage. Please direct any questions to the Facilities Service Center.
Princeton Dining is now on Twitter. Follow us at www.twitter.com/princetondining.
Princeton University is moving ahead with plans to redevelop graduate student, faculty and staff housing, with several major steps taken in the past few months. Read the full story at News at Princeton.
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 spring market will be held each Tuesday, beginning April 12 through May 17. Each week our chefs will prepare a recipe using farm fresh ingredients in a cooking demonstration on Firestone Plaza. Watch a video about Spring market featuring Dining Services' Chef Gattis on
Water will be shutdown in Blair and Buyers Halls this afternoon from approximately 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. while University plumbers make an emergency repair to a leaking line. Once water is restored please allow it to run for 60 seconds to ensure any impurities pass through the pipes. We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may cause. Questions may be directed to the Facilities Service Center.