Midnight Breakfast Gives Students a Chance to Recharge

Residence Life Serves Up Smiles: LWC residence life staff members Ryan Engle and Easton Downs serve students Tuesday night during the college's "Midnight Breakfast." The annual event is provided during finals week to allow students a chance to fellowship and take a break from final assignments and test preparation. 

A total of 528 Lindsey Wilson College students took a break from finals late Tuesday night to refuel. The students attended the college's semi-annual "Midnight Breakfast," held from 10pm-12am CT in Roberta D. Cranmer Dining & Conference Center.

The staff of the Cranmer Dining & Conference Center prepared a meal of breakfast comfort food, and residence life staff members served the students. The event is sponsored by LWC's Office of Residence Life.

Final examinations of the fall semester were held this week at LWC. A total of 642 degrees will be awarded at LWC's winter commencement at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. CT on Saturday, December 9, in Biggers Sports Center, 360 Spickard Drive, Columbia, Kentucky.

Pancake Picasso (top): LWC elementary education sophomore Sadie Kemp of Columbia let her creativity flow during Tuesday night’s “Midnight Breakfast”. This annual event allows students to come together and relax during finals week. 

Food and Fellowship (bottom): Residential, online, and commuter students were among the 528 students who enjoyed Tuesday night’s “Midnight Breakfast”. From left: Sasha Hearn of Louisville, Kentucky; Kayla Young of Campbellsville, Kentucky; HayLeeh Martinez of Pine Knot, Kentucky; and Paul-Anthony Jones of Columbia, Kentucky.