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Late night breakfast served to BHSU students

A light night breakfast during finals week is becoming a popular tradition for Black Hills State University students. A free breakfast was served to more than 660 students late Monday night. Over 25 faculty and staff volunteered their time to serve the students during the late night study break. The event was sponsored by A’viands, BHSU Residence Life and BHSU Vice President for Student Life. BHSU staff serving breakfast pictured left to right include: Scott Ahola, director of library operations; David Dobrenski, human resource generalist; Dr. Kay Schallenkamp, BHSU president; and Richard Raridon, community service coordinator.

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