The CWU Center for Diversity and Social Justice (CDSJ) is firing up the iron and mixing the batter for a non-traditional waffle feed Saturday, May 2 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Wellington Event Center.
Non-traditional students traditionally (pun intended) have families to care for, including children and spouses, in addition to their studies. The CDSJ would like to help take a load off and offer a sweet meal for breakfast. Who knows, maybe it means skipping at least one morning of cooking and having to clean up afterward. Every little bit helps.
It wouldn’t be a waffle feed without toppings, so naturally, there aren’t any. Just kidding. Fruits, berries, whipped cream; you name it, it’s all there. If you want it, chances are they have it. Except blood oranges. Who even eats those? Gross.
Refreshments are also available including juice and coffee (children, no coffee please, you’re already little balls of energy).
Oh and one other thing, it’s all FREE.
Traditional students and community members are welcome to join, though non-traditional students and their families will get first priority. But don’t let that stop you, I mean, it is free waffles.