Besides the annual fundraiser, we also have a semi-annual buffet luncheon in the PCR that draws in the campus/greater SF community. For a mere $17 there were unlimited appetizers, entrees, desserts and coffee/tea.
I was an entree server (citrus fennel mahi mahi or mushroom chicken anyone?) but managed to get a few photographs of the appetizer side of things.
Fruit and cheese plates, pretty standard. Ice sculpture swan? Not as much.
Cold cut platter (here are some buffet platters I assembled last semester when I was in meat lab).
Sushi plates (to see sushi I've made before, read this blog post).
Kale salad (here's a recipe you can try at home).
We had 100+ people come through, and as a server it was very pleasant interacting with the clientele (especially when contrasted with the experience of serving in the cafeteria). Surprisingly enough there was a contingent of German study abroad students, and upon discerning this I was able to practice some of my German and be of some assistance at the same time (in identifying meats and what not). Strange the skills that will prove useful in the most unexpected of places...