Late Night Breakfast a Success at Penn State York
Nineteen dozen eggs, 14 pounds of bacon, 9 pounds of cheese, 9 loaves of bread, and 14 dozen donuts were consumed by Penn State York students during the free late night breakfast on Tuesday, May 4. Thanks to the culinary skills of some faculty, staff, members of the Penn State York Alumni Society, and David Platzer, head chef of the campus’ dining area, the Lion’s Den, students were treated to egg, bacon, and cheese sandwiches, on wheat or white toast (or any variation), donuts, coffee, and soda. View photos from the event.
The late night breakfast began a year ago when Todd Eicker, director of admissions, mentioned this activity during finals week had been a great success at a college where he formerly worked and thought it would be great at Penn State York. Eicker met with food service on campus and the event was born.
The two-hour even, from 8 – 10 p.m., is sponsored by the Student Activity Fee, the admissions office, the Blue & White Society, and the Penn State York Alumni Society.