For three weeks in November, the Campus Dining team launched the #LoveAMug campaign to increase awareness about and participation in sustainability efforts on Princeton’s campus and to celebrate the unique backgrounds of staff and departments.
On Saturday, December 15 Residential dining halls, the Center for Jewish Life and the Graduate College will be closed for for winter recess. They will resume academic hours of operations at dinner on Sunday, January 6, 2019.
Due to a warning from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), we stopped serving romaine lettuce in all locations on November 20.
We will not serve romaine lettuce for the rest of the calendar year.
This is a proactive measure only; we have not received any recalls from our suppliers.
Earlier this summer, the National Association of College & University Food Services (NACUFS) presented Princeton University Campus Dining with the top award for “2018 Most Innovation Nutrition and Wellness Program.” The annual award recognizes colleges and...
On a sunny September Sunday, Princeton University Campus Dining hosted the inaugural Student Employee Team Fair on the south lawn at Frist Campus Center. Students had the opportunity to meet staff members while enjoying food, games with prizes, a live DJ and a photo booth complete with chef coats, pots, pans, and whisks as props.
Over the summer the Campus Dining Retail team has been hard at work reimagining the dining experience at the Frist Food Gallery and among the campus cafes. The changes fall into two categories. The first involves the menus.