Free Food: Science Edition

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There are two types of free food events today, and since Bwog loves you we have scientifically worked out that if one ends at 8 pm, and the other begins at 9 pm, and you’re on a train moving backwards…you should be able to attend both and still have time to party afterwards. Yay college!

The sky is throwing meteors, and Columbia Science Review is throwing a party! Come watch the stars do interesting things from 6-8 pm in the observatory on the 14th floor of Pupin. The head of the astronomy department will be there to explain the phenomena, so you can learn while you eat.

Then, at 9 pm in Carman Lounge, CCSC Campus Life and Ferris Reel are beginning a series they call Screening and Music Nights. Apparently only one of those two things happens at each event, but either way there will be food. Tonight is a “screening” night, and they’ll be showing Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. More importantly, the free food of choice for the night is empanadas from Havana Central.

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  1. Anonymous

    There used to be a film club at Columbia that would show movies every weekend for like a dollar.

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