Archived articles


Hopkins Dining partners with sustainable farmers
Published Oct 16, 2023
Strong Roots 9 co-founders Matthew and Tia Raiford are spicing up the menu at Hopkins while also supporting the university's push for more environmentally conscious dining
Changing hearts, minds, and stomachs
Published Spring 2023
SAIS alumni Téa Ivanovic and Peter Schechter founded Immigrant Food to defend the vision of America as an immigrant nation / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The dish on JHU Dining
Published March 8, 2023
Hamilton Goss, Hopkins' inaugural director of culinary innovation, reflects on the past year of Hopkins Dining's self-operated model
Hopkins diners get a taste of something new
Published Aug 23, 2022
Under the new university-operated dining model, diners will enjoy enhanced menu options, upgraded spaces, and operational decisions that center on the dining experience
University will self-operate campus dining services at Homewood, Peabody
Published Feb 2, 2021
The change, which takes place July 2022, will allow the university to enhance sustainable food service practices and provide greater flexibility and oversight
Pick a winner in 'Meatless Madness' bracket
Published Feb 17, 2020
Vegetarian and vegan dishes face off head-to-head in Instagram poll to determine which item gets added to Hopkins' Dining menus for the rest of the semester
Food and culture
José Andrés brings Butterfly to campus
Published Jan 29, 2020
New Levering Hall dining station serves authentic Mexican street cuisine developed by the celebrity chef
Eat your heart out
Published Sept 12, 2019
Levering Cafe and Kitchen unveil new-look spaces and a host of fresh menu offerings, including local coffee and pastries, scrumptious breakfast sandwiches, craveable grab-and-go options, and much more.
Culinary showcase
Hopkins chef returns to historic kitchen
Published Feb 7, 2019
Philippe Chin organizes multicourse dinner at esteemed James Beard House that highlights regional cuisine and locally sourced ingredients
Meal appeal
Published Oct 23, 2018
Hopkins ranks fourth on list of nation's top colleges for food, according to annual list published by 'The Daily Meal'