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QuickFed: Better Late than Never?

After an absence of almost two months,
The Fed has finally published its first issue of the new semester, complete with an entirely new print look.

Old people want fake IDs, and students are only too happy to provide.

The Core is now for porn!

Barnard stereotypes: the swine flu version.

We could’ve sworn we’ve seen this Public Safety announcement somewhere.

The Fed apologizes. Really. Sort of.

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  • pleasantly surprised says:

    @pleasantly surprised best I’ve seen in awhile.

    1. respectful disagreement says:

      @respectful disagreement i personally didn’t find this funny. “core turns hardcore” is cheesy, lame, and forced. c’mon fed!

  • disgusted reader says:

    @disgusted reader It’s too late to ‘pologize. It’s too late.

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