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Midnight Oil Meets Midnight Breakfast in End-of-Semester Mainstay


Multitasking at the griddle, Dining Services' Patricia L. Gartley still finds time to smile.
Multitasking at the griddle, Dining Services’ Patricia L. Gartley still finds time to smile.
A fun-filled helping of collective comfort food
A fun-filled helping of collective comfort food
Bonding over breakfast
Bonding over breakfast
Residence Life employees, ready to serve diners
Residence Life employees, ready to serve diners
Displaying his newly won Rockstar sign is Matthew S. Nauman, an electronics and computer engineering technology major from Ulysses. (Jonathon M. Conway, a diesel technology student from Durham, Conn., took home an Apple TV.)
Displaying his newly won Rockstar sign is Matthew S. Nauman, an electronics and computer engineering technology major from Ulysses. (Jonathon M. Conway, a diesel technology student from Durham, Conn., took home an Apple TV.)

At nearly two decades, it’s one of Penn College’s most enduring traditions. And like its many, many predecessors, the Fall 2015 iteration of Midnight Breakfast did not disappoint! More than 750 Keystone Dining Room guests were treated to pancakes and other favorites prepared by Dining Services and served by Residence Life staff; the Student Activities Office provided the entertainment (a photo booth and massages), and door prizes sweetened the menu.
Photos by Noelle B. Bloom, assistant director of Dining Services

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