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Penn State Dining Offering Iftar Meal Service During Ramadan

Penn State Dining will now offer Iftar meal services from Monday, April 12, to Friday, May 7, for those observing the Muslim holiday of Ramadan.

Students, faculty, staff, or other patrons of Penn State Dining can preorder meals at any time before 4 p.m. Services will run from 4:30 to 8 p.m. with meals available seven days a week.

The menu will operate on the following weekly schedule:

After ordering through Penn State Dining’s online form, folks can pick up and pay for their meals at Pollock Commons’ second-floor register. Meals will cost $5.60 on a meal plan, $13.50 with LionCash, and $14.95 if you’re paying with credit — the normal pricing for Pollock’s usual buffet options.

Ramadan is a month-long observation of prayer, reflection, and fasting during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. Observing Muslims traditionally fast from sunrise to sunset and break the fast with an Iftar meal.

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