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Midnight Breakfast supplies sustenance for studying

Residence Life staff – including Kyle W. Kern (left), housing coordinator for Campus View and The Village apartments – joined Dining Services in making sure students were satisfactorily fed.
Residence Life staff – including Kyle W. Kern (left), housing coordinator for Campus View and The Village apartments – joined Dining Services in making sure students were satisfactorily fed.
Takeout container overflows with late-night study aids.
Takeout container overflows with late-night study aids.

One of Penn College’s tastiest traditions returned Thursday night, providing 430 students with a Midnight Breakfast to fuel their finals study sessions. In accordance with COVID-19 precautions, this year’s meal was served takeout only and included a breakfast sandwich, home fries, bacon, beverage and a snack. Dining Services also filled a large Keystone Dining Room table with giveaways, along with a drawing for a drone and other prizes.
Photos by Amy S. Lingg, Dining Services marketing assistant

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