Barbara Eshbach, reference and instructional librarian at Penn State York, shows off her egg-frying and egg-flipping skills at the late night breakfast, held at the campus to help students stay nourished as they studied for their final exams.
Joyce Turner from the Penn State York Alumni Society talks with Shantanu G. Rajadhyaksha, an information sciences and technology major from Mumbai, India, who will graduate later this month.
Larry Newcomer, associate professor of information sciences and technology at Penn State York, front, and Bill Englar, president of the Penn State York Alumni Society, back, handled the toast-making responsibilities at the late night breakfast.
From left, Andy Landis, instructor in chemistry; Deirdre Folkers, assistant director of academic affairs and senior instructor in information sciences and technology; and Joel R. Rodney, chancellor of Penn State York, kept busy throughout the evening tending the grill and making sandwiches.
Student Shanna K. Samuels adds a little hot sauce to her sandwich at the late night breakfast at Penn State York.
Penn State York students lined-up for a late night snack and the opportunity to take a break from studying.
Students enjoyed food, friends, and a little fun during the late night breakfast at Penn State York.