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Finals Anxiety Melts Aboard the Midnight ‘De-Stress’

Elliott Strickland, chief student affairs officer (left) – and this year's "guest flipper" – forms a formidable team with Dining Services' Lee R. Whittington Sr.
Elliott Strickland, chief student affairs officer (left) – and this year’s “guest flipper” – forms a formidable team with Dining Services’ Lee R. Whittington Sr.
What's the perfect accompaniment to pancakes and ice cream? Fun and friends, of course!
What’s the perfect accompaniment to pancakes and ice cream? Fun and friends, of course!
Popular event draws a full house
Popular event draws a full house
J.D. Eicher provides the entertainment.
J.D. Eicher provides the entertainment.
Service with a smile, regardless of the hour, courtesy of Dining Services' Brucila F. Lowe (left) and Sherry A. McKinney.
Service with a smile, regardless of the hour, courtesy of Dining Services’ Brucila F. Lowe (left) and Sherry A. McKinney.

Students heading into Finals Week found respite at Thursday’s Midnight Breakfast in the Capitol Eatery, among Penn College’s longest (and certainly one of its yummiest) traditions. Attendees were treated to free pancakes, ice cream and a well-stocked toppings bar, along with music by J.D. Eicher and relaxing massages.
Photos by Marc T. Kaylor, student photographer

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