Midnight Breakfast gives RIT faculty and staff the opportunity to come together as a community and support the students as they prepare for finals. Along with healthy helpings of hot food, faculty and staff offer encouragement and stress relief to students as they get ready for exam week (Nov. 14-18).
The event is sponsored by the Center for Residence Life.
NOTE TO MEDIA: For more information or to cover this event, contact Jeff Sulik, associate director of the Center for Residence Life, at 475-2291.
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