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Free Tissues Around Campus

Newsletter Editor Eva Sher has, unfortunately, contracted the worst sickness that has ravaged her sinuses for the past two weeks. Throughout this time, she has become an EXPERT on where to find free tissues around campus.

If I’m sick, that most likely means someone on this campus got me sick. Therefore, it is my duty to scavenge around campus to collect tissues that will, in turn, collect the products of my nasal discomfort. Bwog Staff and I have compiled a list of places to find free tissues.

  • Well Woman
  • Barnard Primary Care
  • CV Starr East Asian Studies Library circulation desk in Kent
  • Diana first floor desk
  • Barnard registrar’s desk in Milbank
  • Milstein circulation desk

Let us know where else to find free tissues in the comments or at tips@bwog.com.

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  • Old Geizer 69.420 says:

    @Old Geizer 69.420 this is exactly the content i come here for. thank you. list is a bit scant no? esp on the columbia side ha ha …

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