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Columbia and Barnard are officially kicking you out of on-campus housing. This is what dreams are made of.

Bwogline: Taiwan’s parliament legalized same-sex marriage, making the country the first in Asia to do so. (BBC)

Study Tip: If you still have finals to take, I sincerely apologize. There’s not much you can do at this point. Take a break.

Music: Call me basic, but Tame Impala is a classic. The two new singles they released (Borderline and Patience) slap (as the kids say).

Procrastination Tip: Pack up your stuff if you haven’t already. Catch up on the James Charles drama (seriously don’t, but the videos are like 45 minutes long each so they do the trick).

Overheard: “Yogurt activates my gag reflexes.”

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Bwye Bwye indeed

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