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Dining Hall Reviews, Core-Style

If the Core has taught us anything, it’s the universal applicability of the texts we so dedicatedly devote our lives to. Every fleeting, ephemeral moment of everyday life is in fact a manifestation of the ideas, ideals, and ideologies the Core inspires us to study. Accordingly, what better reflection of these minuscule microcosms of Beauty and Truth than Yelp reviews of  that hallmark of campus life, dining halls? Here we bring you your daily eating experience, courtesy of Homer, Dante, Darwin, and Plath.

Homer reviews John Jay

Homer reviews John Jay Dining Hall

Dante reviews Ferris

Dante reviews Ferris Booth

Darwin reviews JJ’s Place

Darwin reviews JJ's Place

Sylvia Plath reviews Hewitt

Sylvia Plath reviews Hewitt

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  • RobertS says:

    @RobertS ‘Twere much better done in “Yelping with Cormac”.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Homer has no friends

  • Pork of some genre says:

    @Pork of some genre That’s gonna stay with me for a while.

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