Fr. Boroughs serves Midnight Breakfast last semester.
With finals period and study sessions in full swing, administrators at the College of the Holy Cross—including President Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, S.J.—will serve students breakfast late into the night. Dinner will be served Sunday, Dec. 9 through Thursday, Dec. 13.
Menu items include scrambled eggs, omelets, bacon, home fries, assorted bagels, pancakes, Belgian waffles and topping bar, fruit, assorted juices and nightly specials.
Senior administrators and members of the Jesuit community will assist Fr. Boroughs’ in serving breakfast on Dec. 9 from 9:30 p.m. – 12 a.m. in Kimball Dining Hall. Volunteers include:
Tracy Barlok, vice president for development and alumni relations
Rev. John Gavin, S.J., assistant professor of religious studies
Rev. Gregory Lynch, S.J., assistant chaplain
Vincent O’Rourke, general counsel
Jacqueline Peterson, vice president for student affairs and dean of students
Chris Ryan, S.J., grants associate
Rev. John Savard, S.J., rector of the Jesuit Community
Frank Vellaccio, senior vice president
College administrators and faculty will serve Midnight Breakfast on Dec.10 – 13 from 11 p.m. – 1 a.m. in Crossroads. Volunteers include:
Monday, Dec. 10
John Anderson, dean, class of 2015
Nancy Baldiga, dean, class of 2013
Francisco Gago-Jover, dean, class of 2016
Esther Levine, dean, class of 2014
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Katherine Delehaunty, director of parent giving
Erin Mooney Phipps, associate director of the Holy Cross Fund
Kristopher Zelesky, assistant director of the Holy Cross Fund
Wednesday, Dec. 12
Kaitlin Bevins, community development coordinator, Hanselman Hall
Edwin Coolbaugh, assistant dean/director of residence life
Nicole Lombardi, community development coordinator, Wheeler Hall
Derek Zuckerman, associate dean for student life
Melisa Jaquez, assistant director of multicultural education
Thursday, Dec. 13
Jesse Anderson, director of audio visual services
For additional information, please contact Cristal Steuer at 508-793-2419.
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