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Students take a break from finals at Up All Night

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UTEP’s Division of Student Affairs and Office of Student Life host Up All Night and the Midnight Breakfast on Tuesday, May 9, at Union Building East. Free coffee and donuts were served, students played board games at the Union’s Tomas Rivera Conference rooms, and “Harry Potter and Goblet of Fire” was shown at the Union Cinema among other activities. The events were organized to relieve students from stress during their final exam week. Up All Night came to an end with the free breakfast that was served at midnight.

 

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