Delicious Late Night Breakfast Kicks Off Finals Week for SIUE Students

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SIUE Chancellor Randy Pembrook serves hash browns to junior Eniola Awoniyi, of Chicago, during the annual Late Night Breakfast event.Nearly 700 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville students enjoyed a hearty breakfast Sunday night, served by SIUE administrators, faculty and staff.

SIUE Chancellor Randy Pembrook, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Jeffrey Waple, Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Denise Cobb, and Vice Chancellor for Administration Rich Walker joined several other campus leaders, faculty and staff members to dish out the delicious spread, and wish students well as the semester comes to an end.

The menu included French toast sticks, scrambled eggs, hash browns, turkey sausage, bacon, fresh fruit, pastries and juice.

(L-R) SIUE’s Tyler Manning and Jeffrey Waple serve breakfast to Amanda Vanderhaeghen, of Batavia, and Jessica Coats, of Normal.The Morris University Center, Kimmel Student Involvement Center and University Housing have sponsored the late-night breakfast event since fall 2013.

Photos: SIUE Chancellor Randy Pembrook serves hash browns to junior Eniola Awoniyi, of Chicago, during the annual Late Night Breakfast event.

(L-R) SIUE’s Tyler Manning and Jeffrey Waple serve breakfast to Amanda Vanderhaeghen, of Batavia, and Jessica Coats, of Normal.