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President Serves Sausage and Eggs at Late Night Breakfast

Faculty and Staff Are 'Celebrity Servers' for Semi-Annual Study Break

May 2, 2012

President Jim Reynolds serves breakfast to a hungry student taking a study break from preparing for final exams Tuesday night. In the background are Mark Denniston and Sigrid Solomon, vice presidents for enrollment management and student affairs, respectively.

President Jim Reynolds serves breakfast to a hungry student taking a study break from preparing for final exams Tuesday night. In the background are Mark Denniston and Sigrid Solomon, vice presidents for enrollment management and student affairs, respectively.

President Jim Reynolds performed a service for Wilmington College that’s likely not in his job description.

He served scrambled eggs, sausage, potatoes, biscuits and gravy to several hundred hungry students that were taking a study break from final exams preparation Tuesday evening (May 1).

The event was the semi-annual Late Night Breakfast sponsored by Sodexo Campus Services, the College’s dining services provider.

The breakfast, served from 9 to 11 p.m., has become a special event during the school year and not only provides a meal to fuel a midnight studying frenzy, but serves as one of the final social events on campus for the fall and spring semesters.

Joining Reynolds as “celebrity servers” were WC faculty and staff members Debbie Guindon, Kailyn Books, Sigrid Solomon, Mark Denniston, Art Brooks, Monte Anderson, Kathy Milam, Bud Lewis, Brad Mitchell and Randy Sarvis.