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Live at Lerner: The Fun Train Hasn’t Stopped Yet

Symposium: Columbia Being Happy continues onwards today with another dose of Live at Lerner.

Today’s production includes performance by Beast Make Bomb, a Brooklyn-based garage rock band with influence from the likes of the Pixies, the Velvet Underground, and Blink 182.

Food for today is a Texan-inspired full meal including:

  • Chicken or veggie quesadillas
  • Nachos with refried beans, guac, salsa, shredded cheddar cheese, sliced jalapenos, and sour cream
  • Churros
  • Arnold palmer

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous specsucks is easily the most obnoxious, unfunny blog i have ever read in my entire life
    please stop advertising it
    the only people who read it are speccies

  • Happy Columbian says:

    @Happy Columbian They were FANTASTIC! And the food was GREAT! I couln’t believe that the food didn’t run out! Good job Symposium!

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