BHSU serves late night breakfast for students during finals week

Author: BHSU Communications/Thursday, December 18, 2014/Categories: 2014

Black Hills State University students enjoy a late night breakfast in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union. The event kicks off finals week for BHSU students. Finals concluded Wednesday, Dec. 17.         

Black Hills State University faculty and staff serve students breakfast during the Late Night Breakfast.

Black Hills State University faculty and staff served more than 400 students at the annual Late Night Breakfast, gearing them up for finals week.

The Late Night Breakfast has been a tradition at BHSU for more than 15 years, said Jane Klug, director of the Student Union and student activities at BHSU. The breakfast was served in The Hive in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union on campus.

"When we started the Late Night Breakfast, our main goal was to wish the students good luck on their finals," Klug said. "As the years progressed, we also provided assistance for students should they have registration questions about the upcoming semester, with the message of best wishes for a successful finals week."

About 25 staff and faculty volunteered to serve the breakfast. The menu included biscuits and gravy, breakfast potatoes, sausage, scrambled eggs, juice and milk.

"And lots and lots of coffee," Klug said.
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