Free Late-Night Breakfast set for April 29
It’s that time of year again! Penn State York faculty and staff will gather to serve-up bacon, eggs, sausage, potatoes, toast, donuts, and coffee for the free late-night breakfast on Monday, April 29 from 8-10 p.m., in the Lion’s Den of the Joe and Rosie Ruhl Student Community Center. The event is free to members of the Penn State York community.
Faculty and staff, along with employees from the campus dining service, will dish up food to hungry students needing a break from studying for finals. The late-night breakfast has become a popular event on campus and provides a way for faculty and staff to connect with students and help them relieve stress as they prepare for finals. In addition to enjoying refreshments, students can listen to local band, Mark DeRose and the Dreadnought Brigade, and participate in board games set-up for a little competitive play.
Penn State York’s new chancellor, David Chown, will take part in the event and be available to meet and chat with student. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet the chancellor.
Students are reminded to bring in their lion banks and drop off spare change to help fund book scholarships at the Penn State York Bookstore that will be awarded to campus students. Through this Phil-LION-thropy effort, student Phil-LION-thropists can help other students and spotlight the idea that small gifts from many can have a large impact. Spare change in any amount will be accepted. Iona Conlon from the Penn State York Development Office will be collecting the change and entering those who participate in a contest to win a gift card.
Late-night breakfast is sponsored by the Penn State York Student Activity Fee (SAF).