Mangia Man

King, Paul
April 2009
FoodService Director;4/15/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p16
Trade Publication
The article profiles Stu Orefice, the director of dining services at Princeton University. He earned his Bachelor of Science in hotel and restaurant administration from Cornell University Born in Eastchester, New York. Aside from being a dining service director, Orefice also serves as shot clock operator at Princeton men's basketball games. It relates the growth of catering at Princeton under the management of Orefice. Orifice comments on the benefits of his decision to develop a culinary-driven dining program for Princeton.


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