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Bama Dining to host Late Night Breakfast

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Bama Dining to host Late Night Breakfast

Amanda Le, Contributing Writer

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WHAT: An annual Late Night Breakfast featuring food served by Bama Dining.

WHO: Hosted by University Programs, all UA students are welcome to attend

WHEN: Dec. 6, 10 p.m. – 12 a.m.

WHERE: Lakeside Dining Hall

WHY:

University Programs will be hosting their fourth annual Late Night Breakfast event this week to help students relax and refuel as they prepare for their upcoming final exams.

The event will be free and students will be able to enjoy chicken and waffles, shrimp and grits and a variety of other specialty foods. A DJ will be playing music throughout the night and President Stuart Bell and Vice President for Student Affairs David Grady will be in attendance, providing an opportunity for students to meet and get to know some of the University’s administration.

“One of the things that I’ve taken away through this event is students talking through the idea of meeting students that they had never met before,” said Latoya Scott, director of University Programs. “The way Late Night Breakfast is set up gives the students the opportunity to really connect and engage with each other, where normally, they would just come in and grab a bite to eat.”

 

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