“Doughnut Heaven” tradition continues

Leah Kessler

Final Exams Week is upon us – time to cram for your tests, churn out papers, beg your teacher to forget about your dozen absences … and eat doughnuts. “Doughnut Heaven” returned to Saint Francis next week at Torvian Dining Hall, but it included more than the name implies.  On Dec. 7, ice...  Read More »

December 10, 2014 • 0 comments

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