UTSA to host late-night breakfast Dec. 6
By Kareem El Dahab
Student Writer, College of Liberal and Fine Arts
(Dec. 1, 2005)--UTSA's traditional late-night breakfast for students and the UTSA community continues this year. The event is 10 p.m. to midnight, Tuesday, Dec. 6 in the Roadrunner Cafe at the 1604 Campus. Volunteer servers are still needed.
For students with a meal card, the cost is one swipe for the breakfast and $7.50 for other members of the UTSA community.
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The event helps usher in the beginning of finals and gives UTSA faculty and staff members a chance to mix and mingle with students as they prepare for finals the next day.
"It will be a fun time for all and a way to show support for our students," said Kim Ellicks-Center, associate director of housing and residence life. "We encourage faculty and staff to come flip some pancakes with us and let our students know that we support their successful completion of finals."
To volunteer to assist with serving and greeting the hungry crowd, and clearing tables, contact Kim Ellicks-Center at (210) 458-6204 by Dec. 5.