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Free Food at Quarto’s Debut

The new issue of Columbia’s undergraduate literary magazine Quarto is debuting tonight, but faux-high-society snobbery is not all that’s offered. Contributing writers to this issue of the magazine will read their pieces aloud to a crowd of admirers. Meanwhile, munch on some homemade free cookies. There’s even matzah pizza for those limited to unleavened snacks. So head to Dodge 501 from 8:30 to 11:30 pm if you have a deep appreciation for the literary and culinary talents of your peers.

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    @Anonymous isn’t there some sort of outdoor noise policy on campus? some group has been hosting an obnoxiously loud event right outside of EC for the past 3 hours. how is this okay?

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