I was hardly surprised, but still disappointed that in your Food Issue (March), PAW ignores 11 dining-focused institutions (serving the majority of juniors and seniors, and many sophomores each spring) that are near and dear to a majority of Princeton alumni.

Next time, ask the Graduate Interclub Council and be open to doing more research on dining options, culinary creativity, as well as the decor and atmosphere that makes the clubs a terrific (and yes, affordable) option for undergraduate members and their guests.

Douglas B. Rubin ’81
Princeton, N.J.