Late Night BreakfastPosted: December 8, 2011
MILWAUKEE (Dec. 14, 2011)- Marquette University Student Government is holding their semi-annual Late Night Breakfast on Wednesday, December 14, 2011 in the AMU Ballrooms at 9 p.m.
Late Night Breakfast is a free meal for students with a valid Marquette ID. The breakfast will consist of: eggs, potatoes, bacon, tea, coffee, juice and numerous other breakfast items.
“It’s a great way to take a break during exam week and get to see friends before leaving for Christmas break. Plus, who doesn’t love breakfast food at night?” stated Trent Carlson, MUSG Executive Vice President and a senior in the College of Business. Carlson has attended Late Night Breakfast almost every semester of his college career.
Take a study break, put down the books for an hour and join MUSG to celebrate the holidays and enjoy great free food!
For more information on MUSG’s news and events, visit http://musg.mu.edu or contact the MUSG office, AMU 133.
The Marquette University Student Government was developed in 1882 as the governing body of the Marquette community. Its goal is to identify, understand, actively address and represent students’ needs, concerns, and interests through acts of leadership and service, which reflect Catholic, Jesuit ideals and contribute to the betterment of the Marquette University community.