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They Know It’s Christmas

Even if exams have otherwise prevented that most corporate of holidays from getting through, the rest of Morningside is getting into the decorating spirit. Here’s some of our favorites.

Snowman – Morningside drive

Bear and Reindeer – 115th and Broadway

Claremont Dorm entrance

Another looker on Claremont Ave.

Broadway Presbyterian

Tree in Morningside Park

– Photos by ESN

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  • i wish says:

    @i wish i still lived in 47 claremont. best dorm on campus, hands down.

  • i wish says:

    @i wish i still lived in 47 claremont

  • WAKE UP says:


  • Harmony Hunter says:

    @Harmony Hunter wait wait wait so 4th picture down..

    is this harmony? where is it by the way?

    1. WAKE UP says:


  • apparently says:

    @apparently butler 3rd floor knows it’s xmas too. –a study group has decked out a small area with colored christmas lights.

  • It's unfortunate says:

    @It's unfortunate that no one got a picture of my room before I took my Christmas tree down

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