Dr. Cindy L. Skaruppa (right), vice president for enrollment services, calls out “Dah Works!” at the spring Midnight Breakfast May 1 in response to a student’s food order. This lighthearted evening is a great way for BPC students to relax before Finals Week on the Mount Vernon campus.
A late night of studying calls for lots of hot pancakes, bacon and friends at the Midnight Breakfast May 1.
BPC students enjoy some downtime during the Midnight Breakfast May 1.
More Midnight Breakfast fun.
Dr. David R. Smith, center, BPC president, serves up a hot Midnight Breakfast to BPC students May 1. Administration, faculty and staff volunteer their evening to cook and serve traditional Midnight Breakfast at BPC each semester. The evening feast begins at 10 p.m. and is served until midnight.
Dr. Hal Ostrander, chair of the Division of Religion and Philosophy, from left, Cody Henderson, Student Government Association President, and Tonia Spaulding, director of counseling, serves up Midnight Breakfast May 1 in the Residential Restaurant on the Mount Vernon campus.
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The mission of Brewton-Parker College, a Georgia Baptist college, is to develop the whole student through the application of Biblically-centered truth to a liberal arts curriculum in a community of shared Christian values.