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Students Flock to 2014 Pancake Supper

 

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It’s never too late for breakfast, especially when one is taxing both endurance and brain cells to the limit during final exams. The law school’s annual Pancake Supper, a perennial December hit, proved to be once again on Tuesday as hungry students turned out in large numbers for pancakes, bacon, and eggs served up by their favorite professors, deans, and administrators, who volunteered as short order grill cooks for the evening. 

              
 
Free with a student ID, the generous portions of freshly prepared food drew enough diners to fill the seats of the Law School Café nearly to capacity. It was the 21st year in a row that the law school has offered breakfast-for-dinner as a welcome break from study. The tradition began in 1994, the year the law school building  was dedicated.
 
Whether it’s the food, the camaraderie, or the irresistible invitation to “Come and see your favorite deans and professors flip!” the annual Pancake Supper has become another cherished tradition that marks the end of the fall semester at the Columbus School of Law.