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QuickTix: Buy Tickets Not Food

Today is an Every Other Wednesday y’all, which means it’s time to see wtf is up over at the TIC.

Tickets sold for on-campus events this week: 695

On-campus events on sale now:

Ferris Reel Film Society Presents: Iron Man 2 // 9/23 @ 9:00pm // Lerner Hall // 3 bucks //  Tickets

Barnard College Department of Theater: The Physicists // 10/21-23 @ 3:00pm and 8:00pm // $10, $5 with CUID // Tickets

Tickets sold for off-campus events this week: 561

Holler at:

Fall for Dance Programs: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 // 9/29-10/2 and 10/6-8 @ 8:00pm // $13 // Tickets

In the Heights // 9/30 @ 8:00pm // $47.50 // Tickets

Mets Game // 9/30 @  7:10pm // $16 // Tickets

Howl, The Film – Columbia Night // 9/30 @ 7:30pm // $10 // Tickets

Rigoletto // 10/5 @ 8:00pm // $29 // Tickets

Les Contes d’Hoffman // 10/6 @ 8:00 PM // $29 // Tickets

New York Philharmonic // 10/6 @ 7:30 // $49.50 // Tickets

Billy Elliot // 10/7 @ 8:00 // $42.50 // Tickets

Phantom of the Opera // 10/8 @ 8:00 // $47.50 // Tickets

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