Late Night Breakfast, a Virginia Wesleyan tradition hosted before finals week, is back on campus on Wednesday, Dec. 8 starting at 10 p.m. Students are invited to join the rest of the Virginia Wesleyan Community to be served a breakfast meal by staff before their finals week begins to end the semester.
The event, hosted on Reading Day, which is a day dedicated to studying for students and involves no classes, is a late night refresher for students to enjoy before starting their final exam periods the next day. Final Exams are scheduled for Dec. 9 through Dec. 14, concluding with Residence Halls closing on Dec. 14 to start the winter break.
In 2020, students had to take their breakfast in to-go containers; however this year, due to lessened COVID-19 restrictions, students will be able to enjoy their time in the Boyd Dining Center with their friends, enjoying plenty of breakfast treats.
During the event, students can look forward to bacon, eggs, sausage, french toast sticks, fresh fruit and other treats that are prepared and served by faculty and staff. Music, games and other activities to relieve stress are also hosted in the Boyd Dining Center.
“I am very excited that I will be able to go to Late Night Breakfast this year with my friends. This event continues to build the community sense our university promotes and is truly a part of the culture here at Virginia Wesleyan,” said Criofan Shaw, a current junior at Virginia Wesleyan.
This year, late night breakfast returns as a much needed gathering opportunity for Marlins during arguably the most stressful time of the semester.
By: Lauren Faulkner