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Late Night Breakfast Fuels Students for Exams

Beloved campus tradition has faculty and staff serve students
Photo by: Dawn Sullo '11

BRISTOL, R.I. – Would you like homefries with that is not a question students often hear uttered by the Roger Williams University President or the Dean of the School of Architecture, Art and Historic Preservation, but it’s all part of the fun and tradition of Late Night Breakfast.

The night before finals begin at the end of each semester, the University provides a nighttime buffet of breakfast favorites to fuel students for the challenging week of exams ahead (as well as an entertaining diversion from cramming) by having faculty and staff dish up the meals. Sponsored by the Inter-Residence Hall Association and supported by the Dining staff, this campus tradition is a favorite among students.

From students in wacky costumes (part of the night’s excitement) to lots of shared laughs, view a photo slideshow below of Wednesday’s Late Night Breakfast: