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PSA: Barnard, Grab Your Free Thermoses Today (And Tomorrow)

Embark on an exciting new life of hot and cold foods with your free thermos!

Embark on an exciting new life of hot and cold liquids with your free thermos!

NSOP’s over, but that doesn’t mean the end of free swag! Thanks to SGA, Barnard students have the opportunity to pick up a free thermos (it keeps hot things hot and cold things cold!) today and tomorrow, as long as they show up at the following times and places:

On Monday, September 21:

Location: McIntosh Dining Room (second floor of the Diana Center)
Time: 7:30 to 8:00 pm

On Tuesday, September 22:

Location: SLC Office (in Liz’s Place)
Time: 12:00 to 2:00 pm

The giveaway is part of a new SGA sustainability initiative on campus directed at reducing waste. If you use your thermos at Liz’s Place in the future, you will receive a 15% discount (wow!). There’s pretty much no harm, so if you’re a Barnard student, help save the planet one thermos (and discount) at a time.

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