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Free Food Alert!

This morning CSIS – Columbia Students for International Service – brings their humanitarian mission to you in the form of free bagels and coffee.  If you’re into cross-cultural learning and exchange, being a responsible citizen of the world and bettering all of humanity (or if you could just use a free bagel with schmear,)  head to the fifth floor of Lerner for this free brunch-cum-info session.   Representatives from major international service organizations will lead the panel, so don’t miss out! Although the event runs all morning, bagels and freebies are wont to run out!

 

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6 Comments

  • CSIS says:

    @CSIS Actually not a panel bwog…just an open fair that anyone can stop until 1! We still have food and free stuff so stop by!

  • You know... says:

    @You know... This school just isn’t the same without a good hunger strike. Am I right?

  • Mike Oxbig says:

    @Mike Oxbig Numnumnumnum…

    This may be slightly irrelevant but does anyone know where someone can find a really REALLY good bagel and cream cheese around school?

    I don’t think nussbaum has it.

    1. ... says:

      @... Absolute Bagel has the best bagels by campus. They are great and are among the best in the city.

  • Hey Bwog says:

    @Hey Bwog You should start a feature called “Remember when we cared about…”, similar to the one on the Daily Show website.

    You should dig up posts from yore using your archives and re-post them. That way, you could post pieces that you have long in the past, but are still just as interesting to Columbians today. Eg: the tunnels, Secret societies, the Minutemen, etc.
    These are all issues people are curious about but don’t really know, since you posted prior to everyone’s time

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