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Barnard Students Dread Daylight Savings Time

As the days grow shorter, Ancient Rituals Correspondent Mark Hay reports that in one Milbank stairwell, students have constructed a veritable Stonehenge:

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More slightly strange photos after the jump.


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7 Comments

  • Indy says:

    @Indy They’re digging in the wrong place!

    1. I think says:

      @I think I might love you.

  • FYI says:

    @FYI This is part of an art installation by the theatre department’s set design class and senior thesis directors.

    1. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous truth

    2. well this was says:

      @well this was a short thread.

  • Nope, says:

    @Nope, It’s the map to the lost apostle!

  • another reason says:

    @another reason to realize why barnard is no. 30 in the college rankings hahahahaha

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