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The Return of Free Food

For those of us still in New York, summer = fewer people on campus = less competition for free food. Now’s the time to act!

A wide variety of sandwiches on yummy oat bread are sitting on the desk in Lerner Lobby. Mmmmm!

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  • Whoah says:

    @Whoah This has nothing to do with free food, but how the hell did the passing of B@B go without any Bwog commentary?! I knew it was too good* to last but I never thought it would just go gently into that good night like that!

    (*Good like The OC is good, anyway – pure crazy trash, but addictive nevertheless.)

    1. It says says:

      @It says “down for reconstruction”, it’s probably going to go back up. It’s not like it took that much effort to keep it running.

    2. Come on says:

      @Come on justifying the validity of guilty pleasures is so high school / 2001. Trying living.

  • Erf says:

    @Erf Does the Bwog ever leave campus?

    1. no, says:

      @no, not so long as there is tyranny in the world.

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