Mar

5

Alice!: Movin’ on up to the East Side (of campus)

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You may have been wondering what happened the Wien Food Court, which closed last fall, and which had served juniors with bad lottery numbers greasy Chinese food for many years. It’s been revamped to house Columbia’s favorite health promotion program, along with Health Services’ administrative offices, which moved in last Friday.

You no longer need to wander around Lerner 7 looking for stressballs, condoms or health information. Just stumble on down from your Wien double anytime from 9 and 5, Monday through Friday, and check out the new office, complete with columns, a new coffee machine and yes, free condoms.

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8 Comments

  1. Anonymous  

    Now we may finally get some condoms on those Wieners.

  2. CU Housing  

    will, however, continue to fuck you bareback, in the ass.

  3. Personally  

    I preferred the pizza. It can serve the purpose of a condom, among other things.

  4. bullshit  

    the bottom line here is that there is space that was once for undergraduates but is now used for administration.

  5. Anonymous  

    The wien food court was a joke anyways. Don't get so upset.

  6. OKAY  

    "STUDENT CENTER" IS AN ADMINISTRATION OFFICE BUILDING THAT INVITES YOU TO SPEND MONEY AT ITS TWO SHITTY CAFES, DORMS ARE MULTIPURPOSE BUILDINGS WITH HOUSING, BUT IT WAS A JOKE ANYWAY SO DON'T GET UPSET

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