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Boringside From The Future: Ferris Staircase Edition

H/fear now more.

Here/fear no more.

According to the Spectator, the swanky new tables (which, according to rumors Bwog’s friends have heard, is supposed to promote community at Columbia) in Ferris are not the only changes coming to the dining hall. Spec reports that, a year following the renovations to John Jay, Ferris may be getting a new serving area and (wait for it) better stairs!

The changes to the dining hall are additionally there to provide more capacity for a trial program between Barnard and Columbia Dining that would allow Barnard students to eat breakfast in Ferris and Columbia students to have it in Hewitt. More exciting than extra space, of course, is the prospect of walking up-and-downstairs without the constant terror of getting food dumped on one’s head.

Stay tuned in the fall to see if people would still rather hit the Jay.

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