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Biannual ‘Breakfast’ Feeds Hundreds Famished From Finals Preparation

Stressed-out stomachs swarm the KDR in search of sustenance and solace.
Stressed-out stomachs swarm the KDR in search of sustenance and solace.
Therapeutic massage: a hands-on way to ease tension.
Therapeutic massage: a hands-on way to ease tension.
The mascot provides moral support for his studious colleagues.
The mascot provides moral support for his studious colleagues.
Donning oversized glasses for a comedic keepsake
Donning oversized glasses for a comedic keepsake
Residence Life coordinators and Dining Services staff effortlessly handle the breakfast crowd.
Residence Life coordinators and Dining Services staff effortlessly handle the breakfast crowd.

About 700 Penn College students quelled their anxious appetites at the 18th fall installment of Dining Services’ “Midnight Breakfast,” a stress-relieving speed bump along the on-ramp to Finals Week. From 10:30 p.m. Thursday to 12:30 a.m. Friday, attendees enjoyed pancakes, bacon, eggs, home fries, fruit bars, yogurt, granola and beverages – all for free in the Keystone Dining Room. Jon D. Wescott, director of residence life and judicial affairs, helped flip the flapjacks while a team of Residence Life coordinators pitched in on the serving line. In addition to the yummy food, participants could ease their pretest jitters through professional massages, a laugh-inducing photo booth and commiseration with classmates.
Photos by Abdullah H. Muaddi, student photographer

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