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Same Situation, (Hopefully) Different Hot Chocolate

Once again, Columbia Business School’s behavioral research lab is attempting to coerce students into participating in experiments with the gift of free hot chocolate. They’re stationed between Schermerhorn and Uris right now!

Also: Free razors (the shaving kind, not the scooters) outside of Student Activities on the third floor of the Diana. So… if you’re into that.

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  • vshow (p)review? says:

    @vshow (p)review? Are you going to post one? I’d rather not have to read Spectrum’s, but at least it was timely.

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