Pancakes, Pooches Hold Key to 'Finals Week' Stress Management
− Photos by Marc T. Kaylor, student photographer, and Amy S. Lingg, Dining Services marketing assistant
Students take a break from burning the "midnight" oil.
A one-man-band in name only, the versatile John Rush entertains the crowd.
Pancakes? Check. Ice cream? Check. Appetite? Check.
Among the contented early-morning diners are Tyler K. Pratt (left), of Avondale, a culinary arts and systems major, and Mathew D. Johnson, a manufacturing engineering technology student from Saylorsburg.
Dining Services worker Lee R. Whittington Sr. works the griddle with President Davie Jane Gilmour.
You can SO smile with your mouth full!
Piled high, with room for seconds
Wielding a mean spatula, Katie L. Mackey, coordinator of off-campus living and commuter services, waits for her flapjacks to reach golden-brown, bubbly perfection.
Sixteen years later, Midnight Breakfast still packs 'em in.
Students and their four-legged friends enjoy a study break in Rose Street Commons.
Takin' it easy
Students get acquainted with a Leonberger named Koda.
Who wants a hug?
Employees of Axis Massage Centre put students at ease.