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There are 17 comments on Meet Cecilia, Warren Towers Omelet Lady

  1. Bravo Cecilia – Me encanta a leer y escuchar a ud. Muchísimas gracias por su trabajo y espíritu! And well done BU for celebrating such a wonderful member of our family. I would love to see more employee profiles like this one. And, what is the FB meme? You left us hanging!

  2. I love your message about helping students stay well (beyond just breakfast!) while at BU, Cecilia. You demonstrate how each of us has a role in helping students feel healthy, seen, and connected on campus. Thank you!

  3. Muchas Gracias Cecilia por tu trabajo excelente y con amor! So many of the students are from very far from home, and every touch of kindness and warmth means so much.
    My children went to BU, and I hope that they had your omelets and were touched by your beautiful spirit.
    un abrazo,

  4. I had her omelets for breakfast every morning for the entire year I lived in Warren Towers as a freshman. It’s been eight years since then, seeing her again in this video this morning just warmed my heart, just like it did every morning eight years ago.

  5. I graduated from BU in 2014 and I’m thrilled to see a story about Cecilia. I had an omelet from her almost every day for four years and she was a wonderful part of my time at BU. Cecilia was always very sweet and caring, and I’m so glad BU hires and recognizes people like her.

  6. I love stories like this! Thank you! These folks are the backbone of the school. Thank you to Cecilia. I appreciate her dedication and her warm and welcoming spirit. Students who encounter her each day are lucky to have her support, encouragement and good cooking!

  7. She is absolutely amazing. My final year, she would ask me how my day was going. And those days in 2015 when there was snow storm after snow storm, she noticed a huge stress taken off my shoulders. This article brought a huge smile to my face. I miss her so much – I truly do.

  8. Un ejemplo muy bueno de una persona que vino a estados unidos para ganar una vida mejor –para contribuir a la cultura y la economia y a la salud y la alegria de otras personas –no para robar, violar, comitir delitos en la calle como creen los tontos como Donald Trump y Jeff Sessions. Felicidades, Cecilia!

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