Midnight Breakfast helps Student Village residents unwind

SUNY Broome Student Village residents recently enjoyed a Midnight Breakfast to ease stress during finals week.As the fall semester comes to a close, the Residence Directors and Resident Assistants at the Student Village wanted to wish the students well on finals by hosting a “Midnight Breakfast” in the Student Village classroom.  The event was held on Wednesday, Dec. 13, and more than 60 residents attended to hang out and grab a late-night snack.

The students who attended were able to enjoy a full breakfast of pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage and hash browns, and had a chance to take a break from studying for finals. Events such as this one provide Student Village residents with the opportunity to de-stress with others in their residential community.

The Midnight Breakfast is one of many events that are put on for residents in the Student Village. These events help to engage our students in their campus community, as well as to provide educational opportunities with a variety of learning outcomes. Other events that were held this semester include Domestic Violence trivia night hosted by the Crime Victims Assistance Center, Ping Pong and basketball tournaments, time management workshops hosted by faculty mentor Christine Duffy-Webb, and many more programs that engaged students throughout the fall.

If faculty or staff are interested in hosting an event in the Student Village, please reach out to us and let us know (housing@sunybroome.edu).