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Manhattanville… Solved!

If you have been following the news in even the vaguest capacity over the past few
waste years, or if you’ve ever tried to get a computer in Lerner around 1 PM, you’re aware of the major space crunch Columbia is experiencing. But who needs to move into Manhattanville when you have the garage below Uris, with a carport-sized space devoted entirely to old computer monitors? (Even without the old iMacs, we know that’s the purpose because of the snazzy signs Columbia made up). Bwog recommends a new freshman dorm, and perhaps a Jamba Juice franchise, for the space.

More computer-riffic pictures after the jump!

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  • ugh says:

    @ugh what wasteful inefficiency! and beneath the business school, to boot. where’s DuceMusso when you need him?

  • perhaps says:

    @perhaps Blue and White office?

  • this is... says:

    @this is... the best bwog post in a while.

  • old fogey says:

    @old fogey i think it’s because the city won’t pick up old monitors; you have to dispose of them yourself.

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