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A House is Not a Habitat Unless It’s Edible

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Safe from hurricanes? Maybe. Safe from the munchies? Definitely not.

Update: A tipster sent in the gingerbread replica of Low Library now pictured at right. We commend the effort and wonder how PrezBo will like his new sugary habitat.

The seasonal studybreaks are proliferating! Head over to the 1st floor Broadway Lounge for gingerbread house building. The organizers, Habitat for Humanity, are making bold claims of “25 kinds of sugar” and “MASSIVE AMOUNTS OF FREE FOOD.”

There’s only one way to find out. The festivities last until 6.

Props to MA for the scrumptious structure

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    @Anonymous why did you post this bwog. this is stupid.

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