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If the Columbia Political Review is good for nothing else, the March issue has a rather valuable coupon on the back cover good for a cup of coffee and a bagel from Morton Williams, midterms week (March 6-10) only.

First person to tell us if that includes cream cheese gets… well, a coupon good for coffee and a bagel.

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  • mark says:

    @mark for the record, the columbia political review is good for many many other things. list of things to be detailed later.

  • bagel lover says:

    @bagel lover yes, i got one today with cream cheese for free…altho i didnt tell the cashier it had cream cheese

  • hey, bagel lover says:

    @hey, bagel lover how are you going to get your free BAGeL?

  • Anonymous says:

    March 2006
    volume v, number iii
    This issue has temporarily been taken offline but will be available once again shortly.

  • bagel lover says:

    @bagel lover send me money

  • yes says:

    @yes The NASA article wasn’t so hot, I’m just saying.

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