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Free Food: JAMNESTY Style

If you’re craving free food with a humanitarian twist, head over CU Amnesty International’s JAMNESTY: Jamming with Amnesty tonight at 8 p.m. in Earl Hall. In addition to free food, there shall be music and general good times to be had, so Bwog suggests you check it out.

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  • free food, good says:

    @free food, good the poster, an overstatement

    1. Yes says:

      @Yes I am so in agreement with you

  • So says:

    @So have you guys just stopped reviewing student theatre? Starry Night makes show number 3 un-reviewed. Sadface.

  • How about dem Plastic People? says:

    @How about dem Plastic People? Pretty incredible dance party started by the carefree duo. A joy to witness. Sometimes people do have fun here!

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