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Live from Boringside, It’s Not Saturday Night

The rosy-fingered hand of Morningside Heights.

It’s actually Wednesday afternoon! Which now means that it’s Pizza Wednesday. That’s right, Boringside enthusiasts—Nussbaum’s deal formerly known as “Pizza Sunday/Monday” has become an everyday offer. Morningside heaves a collective sigh of contentment and not-as-broke-ment; weight gains ensue.

Aaaand speaking of eating, a tipster reports seeing a “hilarious number” of graduates, still swathed in gowns, dining with their families at our very own Campo. Which makes each of those graduates just about the most clothed person that has ever been at Campo, ever. Ever.

Last but not least, we have a Squirrel Man sighting for you folks at home! He too donned a robe this week as he walked about campus and used his hands to attract squirrels.

Boringside: because you don’t have anything better to do with your summer freedom.

Girl handwriting on a boy hand via Wikimedia Commons.

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  • anon says:

    @anon an overheard from last night: guy runs in to 1020 singing “roar lion roar”, everyone is too cool to join in. he totally berated us and tried again. sorry i didn’t know the words, guy!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Oh no Squirrel Guy graduated? He’s a Columbia legend…

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