Stu Orefice waited until the right job came along before taking over his own program as director. For Orefice, that job was Princeton, where he took over as dining director in 1992 after serving for 10 years as assistant at Cornell University's highly regarded dining operation under 1989 Silver Plate winner Peg Lacey. When Orefice took over at Princeton, it ran a traditional house-based dining service and one cash outlet that closed at five. In the 16 years since, he has overseen a ...

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