Rev. Philip Boroughs, S.J., serves breakfast to students last year.
Recognizing that students stay up late to study during finals period, administrators at the College of the Holy Cross volunteer each semester to serve the scholars breakfast late into the night. To close out the fall 2013 semester, midnight breakfast will be served Sunday, Dec. 8 through Thursday, Dec. 12.
The menu includes popular breakfast items, such as scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage links, assorted bagels, Belgian waffles and topping bar, assorted juices and nightly specials. The following members of the College community have volunteered:
Sunday, Dec. 8, Kimball Hall, 8:30 — 11 p.m.
Tracy Barlok, vice president for development and alumni relations
Rev. William Clark, S.J., associate professor of religious studies
Rev. James Hayes, S.J., associate chaplain, director of faith formation
Rev. Robert Keane, S.J., director of special projects in mission
Rev. Gregory Lynch, S.J., assistant chaplain, director of service and social justice programs
Rev. Keith Maczkiewicz, S.J., assistant chaplain
Jacqueline Peterson, vice president for student affairs and dean of students
Frank Vellaccio, senior vice president
Monday, Dec. 9, Crossroads, 11 p.m. — 1 a.m.
Margaret Bramley, director of the Holy Cross Fund
Michael DeCristofaro, assistant director of the Holy Cross Fund
Heather Palmer, associate director of the Holy Cross Fund
Tuesday, Dec. 10, Crossroads, 11 p.m. — 1 a.m.
John Anderson, dean, class of 2015
Francisco Gago-Jover, dean, class of 2016
Patricia Kramer, dean, class of 2017
Esther Levine, dean, class of 2014
Wednesday, Dec. 11, Crossroads, 11 p.m. — 1 a.m.
Liliana Castro, community development coordinator
Daniel Kagdis, assistant director of student involvement
Neal Lipsitz, associate dean for student development
Amanda Miles, assistant director for student programs
Derek Zuckerman, associate director for student life
Thursday, Dec. 12, Crossroads, 11 p.m. — 1 a.m.
Jesse Anderson, director of audio visual services
Anthony Cashman, director of the Office of Distinguished Fellowships and Graduate Studies
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