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Hungarian and Flex: A Love Story (UPDATE: Nevermind, It’s Sip)

Exciting good news! According to a University Senator, the Hungarian Pastry Shop Sip has signed up to accept your Flex points. Things should be up and running by the end of the term. Let’s all go here for next year’s “Study Day” and drink 24 hours worth of espresso.

UPDATE 11:35 AM: Sip was mistakenly identified as the Hungarian in an email to Bwog late last night. It’s actually Sip that’s signed up for Flex. Mea maxima culpa.

 

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8 Comments

  • verification says:

    @verification sweet! too good to be true? who and what is your source?

  • Floridian Food Lover says:

    @Floridian Food Lover Sweet Joy! But as all things with Columbia, prepare for disappointment. I think this video encapsulates everything good (and bad) about what may happen with flex. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpcUxwpOQ_A

  • YAY says:

    @YAY No more wasting $3 at the ATM next door for cash (or wasting 10 minutes walking to your own ATM and back). WOOHOOOOOOOO!!!

  • Hey Bwog! says:

    @Hey Bwog! Any chance of telling us WHICH senator broke the story?

    Just wonderin…

    1. RBR says:

      @RBR Wasn’t me :-)

  • michelle diamond says:

    @michelle diamond duh

  • ummmmm says:

    @ummmmm amazing, i love SIP. How do the senators know about this?

    1. Former Senator says:

      @Former Senator We know a LOT more about what goes on at Columbia than most students do…

      Seriously. Ask us!

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