Water will not be available at 314 and 316 Stanworth Drive while the plumbing shop repairs a broken water waste line, on Tuesday Dec. 4, 2012 between 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Please plan accordingly. Once the water is restored, please allow it to run for 60 seconds to ensure any impurities pass through the pipes. Sorry for the inconvenience, and if you have further questions please contact Wayne Meyer, email@example.com, 609-258-5118.
Archive – November 2012
November 27, 2012, The Daily Princetonian mentions University Architect Ron McCoy and University Facilities: "The iron fence that bordered the north side of Prospect House for over a century and became a topic of Princeton folklore has been permanently taken down." read more
The Daily Princetonian featured Princeton University Energy Plant Manager Edward Borer in a video, amid a series of articles reporting on how the Unversity and the local area handled Hurricane Sandy. read more.
Emergency power will not be available due to construction work at Firestone. Equipment currently powered from emergency power circuits will remain on and powered from normal sources, however, no backup emergency power will be available should normal power be lost during these periods. Building affected: Green Hall Firestone East Pyne Scheide-Caldwell Chapel McCosh Dickinson Dodge-Murray We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may cause. Questions may be directed to
Water will not be available at 2 Dickinson Street while the plumbing shop replaces the hot water heater. The plumbers will work to restore cold water as soon as possible. Once the water is restored, please allow it to run for 60 seconds to ensure any impurities pass through the pipes. Thank you for your coorperation. We apologize for any inconvenience this outage may cause. Questions may be directed to the Facilities Service Center at (609) 258-8000.
Emergency power will not be available for short periods due to construction work at Hoyt. Equipment currently powered from emergency power circuits will remain on and powered from normal sources, however, no backup emergency power will be available should normal power be lost during these periods. Building affected: Green Hall Firestone East Pyne Scheide-Caldwell Chapel McCosh Dickinson Dodge-Murray Hoyt 20 Washington
Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings will be served Thursday, November 15, in the residential college dining halls. This special Thanksgiving themed dinner is open to all students with a meal plan however the two extra meals program will be inactive. The Center for Jewish Life will feature a Thanksgiving dinner on Wednesday, November 14.
Dining Services announces an abbreviated schedule of operations during Thanksgiving recess. With the exception of Wilson and Graduate College dining halls, all residential dining halls will close after dinner on Wednesday, November 21 and reopen for dinner on Sunday November 25. Students may use their regular academic year meal plan to dine in either dining hall during recess. Upperclass students without a meal plan may use the two extra meal program. Fellows may also dine in the dining hal
Princeton Catering is pleased to announce our October loyal customer winner Mary E. Banfield. Mary is a Executive Assistant in the Office of the Vice President for Facilities and has been awarded $20.00 in Paw Points for use at any Dining Services facility. Congratulations to Mary! There are several ways in which Princeton Catering customers can receive special rewards. Princeton Dining Services Catering looks forward to fulfilling your catering ne
An electrical power shutdown at 185 Nassau Street is scheduled on Friday, November 9, 2012 from 3 a.m. to approximately 7 a.m. Emergency and standby power will remain on during the shutdown period. The purpose of this electrical shutdown is to feed the building from a new power source. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this shutdown. Please direct questions to the Facilities Service Center.
"... thank you to the University staff who worked tirelessly during and after the storm to keep those of us on campus safe. Something as delicate as a bubble isn’t created spontaneously. During the storm, Princeton’s bubble was maintained partly due to the strength of its infrastructure, partly due to the benefit of having a cogeneration plant on campus but mostly due to the spirit of the people who work inside the bubble, keeping it afloat for those of us within. I’ve alw
Join us on Thursday November 8 at Chemistry Café, The Shultz Dining Room at Woodrow Wilson School, and Chancellor Green Café from 11:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. for our autumn buffet. The special autumn-themed menu includes these scrumptious items: Cream of Pumpkin Soup Chili con Carne Chicken Pot Pie Polenta topped with Spinach Roasted Fall Vegetables Herb Roasted Baby Potatoes Bread Pudding Warm Ap