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QuickFed: Roman Edition


The new issue of the Fed—the last one of the school year—has hit the internet and newsstands
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Annals of architecture, ad eundum quo nemo ante iit 

Contemporary Civilization, ad nauseum

Our culture’s decline, reductum ad absurdum

Thank yous, ad infinitum

The dormitory life, ad captandum vulgus

Knowledge, ad vitam aeternam!

 

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5 Comments

  • omg says:

    @omg that illustration is AMAZING

    thank you thank you thank you!

  • gynecologist says:

    @gynecologist Why does the Vagelos Center look like a Uterus?

  • Nope says:

    @Nope Never was, never will be. Goodbye.

  • Gerunds says:

    @Gerunds I love gerunds.

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