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Mark BagleyOpening the Marketplace food outlet in the CAW Student Centre for breakfast will make it more accessible to everyone, says manager Mark Bagley.

Student centre to serve weekday breakfasts

The Marketplace food outlet in the CAW Student Centre will serve breakfast this year, reports manager Mark Bagley.

“Our Homestyle station will open at 7:45 a.m., Monday to Friday,” he says. “We will be serving a rotating menu featuring eggs, home fries, waffles, pancakes, French toast and various breakfast meats.”

In addition, patrons will be able to choose from grab-and-go items, including whole fruit, toast and cold cereals.

The Tim Hortons kiosk will continue its past practice of opening at 7:30 a.m. Bagley says that centralizing morning operations in the student centre will make it more accessible to the entire campus community.

“Our hope is that everyone will feel comfortable taking advantage of this service,” he says.

The Food Services schedule through September 7 is available here. Regular hours of operation for each location are posted at uwindsor.ca/food.