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Midnight Breakfast Date to Remain Unchanged

Nothing completes a study guide like a tiny syrup smudge

Despite what you may have heard about Dean Hinkson’s preliminary plans, Bwog received word from Barnard’s McIntosh Activites Council that the date of Midnight Breakfast will not change, after all. As usual, the it will be held the night before finals, Thursday May 3rd.

What McAC had to say:

McAC is happy to announce that after much deliberation the date of Midnight Breakfast will not be changed. As planned and as per tradition, it will be held on Thursday, May 3. We have been working with Dean Hinkson to address many of the particulars of this event, and she has been extremely helpful and supportive as we deliberated the pros and cons of this very important decision. As this is a conversation that directly involves the entire campus, we feel it is important to convey that, with Dean Hinkson’s help, we have taken the community’s opinions and concerns into very serious consideration and believe that, in keeping with tradition, we have collectively reached a decision that best reflects the wishes of the larger Barnard community.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Well at least McAC did something–even if they did kiss Dean Hinkson’s ass to get it done.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous They are trying FAR too hard to pretend that for once Dean Hinkson did something with any transparency. Picking their battles?

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