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Coming Soon To Butler 213…A Color Printer

While pirating scanning a book, Bwog noticed that Butler 213 is getting a color printer this year! No more walking down to the 2nd floor of Mudd just to be ripped off for color printing, or waking up your floor mate at 2 am to save some money.

The print station has apparently been there since August 20, although it still has a “Coming Soon” flyer taped to its screen.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous they still haven’t fixed the double-sided printing issue

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