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Free Food and Fun with WBAR and Wien

Break out of your pre-finals slump and head over to Hewitt Dining Hall for WBAR’s Winter Formal for free unidentified giveaways, in addition to the free music and fun. Featured artists include Amen Dunes, Sweet Bulbs, Sleepies, Mr. Dream, and Midnight Magic. The Facebook event promises lots of dancing, so for all those tired of grinding in Campo, go get your grind on in Hewitt. The Village Voice seems to care about this event, and so should you! Doors open at 8.

But if dance parties aren’t your thing, check out a musical showcase hosted by Youth for Debate in Wien Lounge at 9 PM. Cupcakes, cookies, cider, and hot chocolate will be served in abundance!

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I live in Hewitt and they are so damn loud.

  • Nobody cares says:

    @Nobody cares about Barnard. Except some people who go to Barnard.

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