The Student Center was buzzing with activity on Wednesday night as students were meeting friends for dinner, running off to a meeting, or just taking a break between their classes. The back dining hall was practically full, and weaving through the crowds of people waiting on lines became and art form. A popular choice for dinner was Sbarro’s, where the line wrapped around the stand. The other popular choice was waffles, as students waited on line for the waffle iron to signal that their dessert was ready. Waffle night usually happens on Wednesday, and students can pick what toppings they want on it, including ice cream and different kinds of fruit.
Along the halls of the Student Center, bulletin boards full of announcements lined the halls, letting students know about events that are coming up and clubs that they could potentially join. The armchairs in the front of the building were empty, but moved around and arranged like a group had just left them. The newspaper rack was disheveled and almost all of the copies of the New York Times were gone, a sign that the free copies found on campus are popular.