Tag: kosher dining

  • Foodways for Princeton Students, Part II: Diversified Menus, 1855-2010s

    This is the second post in a two-part series examining student foodways at Princeton. As mentioned in the conclusion of last week’s post in this series, the campus refectory was no longer an option after the Nassau Hall fire of 1855. This meant that eating clubs became entrenched in Princeton’s traditions. There were many transient […]

  • Proudly We Can Be Jews: The Jewish Experience at Princeton

    “I never found Princeton a terribly comfortable place in terms of my being a Jew…” –Morton Denn ‘61 In 1993, the Center for Jewish Life (CJL) opened at 70 Washington Ave. The mission of the CJL was to provide a place for all Jews (orthodox, conservative, reform or secular) to eat, worship, and socialize. Although […]