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Popular Campus Event Satisfies Midnight Munchies


Students fill the Capitol Eatery for an end-of-semester tradition.
Students fill the Capitol Eatery for an end-of-semester tradition.
The perfect "midnight" snack: pancakes and ice cream
The perfect “midnight” snack: pancakes and ice cream
John Rush, who boasts a set list of more than 200 bands and 65 hours of unduplicated songs, performs for students.
John Rush, who boasts a set list of more than 200 bands and 65 hours of unduplicated songs, performs for students.
Massage therapists ease the tension of final exams.
Massage therapists ease the tension of final exams.
Friends gather for late-night stress relief.
Friends gather for late-night stress relief.

Student Activities and Dining Services hosted another successful Midnight Breakfast on Thursday night at the Capitol Eatery. Students were treated to free pancakes, ice cream, massages and entertainment by John Rush, the Human iPod.
Photos by Amy S. Lingg, Dining Services marketing assistant, and Matthew A. Wagner, student liaison

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