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Butler 8 Is A Cursed Space

Some spaces on Columbia’s campus are liminal. Some are profane. Some invite a Bwog post by a Barnard writer literally every day. But a few spaces are just downright cursed. This writer, currently nearing the end of her most recent all-nighter on the eighth floor of Butler, believes this space belongs in that third category. And she has the pics to prove it.

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous how do you get access to these cubicles and to that two-tiered office space?

    1. bl says:

      @bl cubicles: are mostly reserved for grad students, but if you go to but 8 late at night (like 11 pm or later) not too many people will actually be using them so you can borrow one for the night
      office space: pretty sure the commenter below is right and it’s an office for library staff, it just happened to be unlocked when i was wandering around procrastinating so i went in and explored a bit

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous The two-tiered office space is used solely by Library staff.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous This should all be opened for student space.

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