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Reminder! Fireside Study Break Is Tonight

Burn all those papers in the fire!

Burn all your papers in the fire and forget about finals!

As reading “week” draws to a close, you’ve probably been invited to a million different study breaks. You definitely can’t go to them all if you actually want to study for your finals, but how about another? Join Columbia Student Life and Columbia RHLO for a study break in John Jay today from 2 – 6 pm.

The full event description is here: Oh your finals next week are frightful, but the John Jay fire is so delightful, and since Butler is crowded so…come join Undergraduate Student Life and RHLO in the John Jay Lounge for a fireside study break! USL staff and RHLO will host a study break next to the fireplace in John Jay on Thursday, December 15 from 2:00pm to 6:00pm. We’ll have music, hot chocolate, and gingerbread cookies to decorate and eat. Take a break from studying and stop by the fire to warm up and relax!

For more information, check the facebook event!

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