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RugHop on Barnard’s New Carpets

Hold on to your hats, kids! Barnard’s got some swanky new carpets. The rugs say the names of the buildings on them (so you don’t get lost, I guess?). The downside? Sources say that some of the carpets are so plush that it’s making it hard to open the doors. Say it with me now: #firstworldproblems! In any case, behold Barnard’s new carpets!

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I guess this is what the tuition hike is going towards.

  • Columbia Student says:

    @Columbia Student I guess even the floors at barnard don’t shave in the winter…you gross women.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous I like them! I feel like I’m living in a video game and the name of my new location is flashing up on the screen.

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