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Breakfast still popular
Students take time out for morning meal
By MAUREEN QUINN
Collegian Staff Writer
For many if not most people, the usual breakfast is
no breakfast at all.
But for some University students breakfast the
meal some nutritionists consider the most important
part of a morning ritual puts the "go" in their "get
up and go." Wisely, many students take extra time for
breakfast to help ease themselves into the day.
Lance Brogna (sophomore-aerospace engineering)
said he doesn't mind getting up a little earlier to have
breakfast. "Breakfast gets me going in the morning
which is a must and when I only get five or six hours
sleep, getting up a half hour earlier doesn't take
"Breakfast is beneficial because it raises the body's
glucose level, since people haven't eaten since dinner
or a late-night snack the night before," said Sue Sharp
(graduate-nutrition), who works at the Nutrition Infor
mation and Resource Center.
Studies done at the University of lowa support those
opinions saying that breakfast fosters alertness in
those who take the time to eat it. Research showed that
eating at least a light breakfast increased the speed of
mental response and improved performance during
the late morning hours.
The low glucose levels caused by not eating break
fast can result in fatigue, dizziness or nausea if
strenuous physical activity is undertaken in the morn
Jim Walsh (sophomore-marketing), voiced a sim-
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pier motive while munching on a muffin. "I eat
breakfast because I'm hungry," he said.
Bobbi Kane, who broke fast over an omelette at the
Waffle Shop, 364 E. College Ave., said she usually eats
breakfast leisurely while reading the newspaper or
doing some homework.
"My stomach growls if I don't eat," Kane (sopho
more-accounting) said. "I could never get up without
eating breakfast it helps me go to class awake."
Sharp said people may eat more at lunch when they
skip breakfast because they're so hungry by lunch
"A student may feel they can eat those cookies at
lunch because they skipped breakfast, but they're not
making up the nutritional loss, just the calories."
Students' breakfasts are often quick and light be
cause of their heavy schedules and some people don't
even take the time to sit down.
Brian Matura (junior-business) said he grabs a
doughnut and a cup of coffee at Mister Donut, 352
E. College Ave., and runs to class because "the caf
feine helps me wake up, but I only have time for a
Dena Harvey (freshman-division of undergraduate
studies), an employee at Mister Donut, said about half
the morning customers are students who grab a
doughnut and coffee, milk, or orange juice and "usual
ly leave right away."
Jared Shoemaker, manager of the Uni-Mart at 401
S. Pugh Street, said at least 10 to 15 students come in
every hour during the morning to buy coffee and
doughnuts or coffee cake.
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) The moth
er of a 3-year-old boy whose mummi
fied body was found in a dresser at a
vacant rowhouse recently told a rela
tive she "did something wrong," po
lice said yesterday.
Relatives preparing the house
Wednesday evening for sale found
Malik Richard Barnhill's diapered
body clad in pajamas and wrapped in
a knitted Afghan in a top dresser
drawer in the basement, police said.
Sgt. Robert Snyder said police
were looking for the boy's mother,
Selena Barnhill, who formerly lived
in the home, and for Malik's three
brothers. Police said Barnhill had
lived in the house with her four sons
until October, when she moved into
her mother's home.
Police said Barnhill told her moth
er Malik was staying in a foster
She left her mother's house in Jan
uary and was seen in the neighbor
hood as recently as last •month, but
without her children, Nathaniel, 5;
Jonaelle, 4; and Clint, 2, detectives
An autopsy on the boy's body was
incomplete yesterday afternoon, offi
cials at the Philadelphia medical
examiner's office said.
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