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Free Food: Dinner at the LLC

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Due to Columbia students’ penchant for dropping out at the last minute, there are now open seats at the LLC’s Dean-in-Residence Alumni Dinner and Discussion. The scrumptious dinner will be 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM today (11/26) at a secret location in the LLC (Location will be presumably sent out after RSVP). The dinner will be limited to the first 15 students who RSVP by 1:00 PM today.

The dinner will be hosted by the LLC’s lovely Dean-in-Residence Cristen Kromm. The alumnus will be Dapo Fakunle, a risk Associate at GE Energy Financial Services.

A meal fit for an alumnus via Shutterstock


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